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The role of MRI in veterinary neurology*

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The role of MRI in veterinary neurology

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging modality that gives three dimensional images, with excellent resolution of soft tissue. It is particularly useful for neurological cases, due to its ability to “see through” bone. MRI uses magnetic fields to produce images, rather than ionising radiation. Different sequences emphasise different tissue characteristics, such as the presence of water, fat and cerebrospinal fluid. The approach to the neurological case and the role of MRI within this is discussed.

Vol 2 - Issue 4
Written by Alex Gough MA VetMB CertSAM CertVC PGCert (Neuroimaging) MRCVS
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The role of MRI in veterinary neurology*

The role of magnetic resonance imaging in veterinary neurology

MRI in veterinary neurology: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging modality that gives three dimensional images, with excellent resolution of soft tissue. It is particularly useful for neurological cases, due to its ability to “see through” bone. MRI uses magnetic fields to produce images, rather than ionising radiation. Different sequences emphasise different tissue characteristics, such as the presence of water, fat and cerebrospinal fluid. The approach to the neurological case and the role of MRI within this is discussed.

All our Tutored Online CPD Courses are written and taught by an expert in the relevant field. The tutor for this course is:

Alex Gough MA VetMB CertSAM CertVC PGCert (Neuroimaging) MRCVS

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