There are a couple of key journals which are great for neuroradiology education. I recommend that you check these journals out routinely and look to them for reference articles. There is a range of content available, ranging all the way from medical students to fellows and faculty. In general, as one progresses in training they should become decreasingly reliant on books and more invested in the primary literature.
American Journal of Neuroradiology, or AJNR, is the flagship publication of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR). It often has the most up-to-date neuroradiology research articles and occasional reviews which are worth checking out.
Radiographics is a great source of review articles. It is the educational publication of RSNA, and has a lot of great review content. It’s been publishing great review articles for years, so chances are there is a great review about the topic you are interested in.
Like Radiographics, Neurographics is the educational publication ofASNR. It has similar high quality reviews but covers only neuroradiology. You’ll find a lot of great review articles here.