Intracranial infections

Intracranial infections are a common consideration in neuroradiology. Patients can present with altered mental status and may have systemic signs such as fever. The radiologist needs to know how to evaluate these findings on imaging and correlate them with systemic tests, such as lumbar puncture and echocardiogram.

This lecture is divided into 5 parts:
General considerations
Diffuse infections
Focal infection
Immunocompromised patients
Other considerations

Be sure to watch them all to get the complete overview of imaging intracranial infection.