Is fluid bright in T1 or T2 wieghted images?
What is measured in nuclear medicine?
What are some techniques that can used to image arteries?
Digital substraction angiography
When do you use xrays on the skull?
Skull bony lesions
What is substracted angiography?
Where a view of vessels is isolated by substracting other features
Are T2 weighted MRI images better for pathology or anatomy?
How do functional MRI's work?
Highlight areas of increased O2 as a reflection of their activity
How do grey and white matter appear on CTs?
When are ultrasounds used?
In neonates or during surgery when skull is removed
Are T1 weighted MRI images better for pathology or anatomy?
What are the pro's and con's of CTs for the skull?
Better than MRI for air and bone
Patients can remain connected to everything
Skull casts a shadow