Basic Neuroradiology – Chapter 5 – Follow the clues

Sometimes, useful clues on the image which are themselves unimportant can direct you to the useful findings. For example, soft tissue swelling on a head CT is not particularly important. However, it may lead you to a more significant underlying finding, like a hematoma or skull fracture. Use those clues to be better than the average radiologist.

The level of this lecture is appropriate for medical students, junior residents, and trainees in other specialties who have an interest in basic concepts of neuroradiology.