Examinations using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Thanks to the good representation of the brain and nerves, MRI has established itself as one of the most important diagnostic procedures for these areas of the body. Anatomical structures are accurately visualised. In this way, pathological changes, such as inflammations, scars, lesions, vascular dilatations (aneurysms) and narrowing (stenosis) as …

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Examinations using computed tomography (CT)

It is only since the introduction of computed tomography that it has been possible to look directly inside the skull without surgery. Bleeding, ischaemic strokes and lesions, as well as fractures of the skull can be easily recognized. The brain tissue and cerebral blood vessels can be assessed in a …

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