Basic Neuroradiology

This lecture covers some key concepts for beginner radiologists, particularly medical students and junior residents. Some are specific to neuroradiology while others apply across the field. Key concepts include:

  1. Read a lot of studies, and occasionally a book.
  2. Follow up on your patients.
  3. Get actual history.
  4. Pay attention to your reports.
  5. Follow the clues.
  6. Know and look at “lawyer zones”.
  7. Don’t fall for satisfaction of search.
  8. Look at the edges of the study.
  9. Don’t argue.
  10. It’s possible to harm patients, but doesn’t happen often.

Yes, I already know that they are misnumbered, but I had already recorded this and it wasn’t worth changing. Enjoy!