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Neuroimaging plays a critical part in the evaluation of disorders of the eye, orbit and visual pathways. CT and MRI are the key imaging modalities and it is essential for the ophthalmologist to understand the scope and limitations of these techniques. This practical book covers the basics of CT and MR imaging, selection criteria, and interpretation of the findings, all exemplified with case presentations. Key Points *Provides a basic understanding of the role of MRI and CT in the diagnosis of neuro-ophthalmic disorders *Guides the ophthalmologist through the selection and interpretation of diagnostic imaging techniques *Uses case presentations to highlight pearls and pitfalls
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