Category Archives: Educational Presentations
Before April ends, we want to share with all of you our monthly Neuroradiology Neuropathology conference. Many thanks go to the UNC Neuroradiology fellows for this effort. We hope that you will enjoy it and use it responsibly.
Here is our UNC Neuroradiology Neuropathology Conference for March 2013. We thank one of our fellows, Dr. Ray Peeples, for preparing it. You are free to use it for teaching purposes, but please acknowledge the source of the images and word slides.
Once again, here it is! A copy of our monthly neuroradiology-neuropathology conference. We hope that you will enjoy it.
Attached is our December UNC Neuroradiology-Neuropathology conference as a PowerPoint file. As always, you may use it for education purposes but please always credit its source.
Starting January 2013 exciting things will be happening with AJNR. We will have a new cover and interior design; an editorial will explain why these changes were made. AJNR’s website will be re-designed to match the Journal’s layout but will retain all of its activities and simplicity. Other activities such as this blog and the Special Collections will also receive a cosmetic facelift so that all our line of products will be easily recognizable.… Continue reading >>
As we have done in the past, we are sharing our neuroradiology-neuropathology monthly conference with our readers. This conference can be use for educational purposes and we ask that you credit our institution when appropriate. Enjoy!UNC Neurorad Neuropath… Continue reading >>
Attached is last month’s (October) Neuroradiology Neuropathology conference. The author is one of fellows, Dr. Lee. Please give us credit if you want to use it for education purposes. Enjoy it!
Here is the PPT presentation for our September 2011 Neuroradiology-Neuropathology conference. You will be able to read the patient’s clinical history followed by selected and pertinent views from their imaging studies and, at the end, selected samples of the histology and a short discussion on the entity. It was prepared by one of our fellows, Dr. Lee. You are free to use all of it or parts of it provided that you acknowledge its source.
The topic of reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome has gained importance lately. What is it? Is it part of the posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) or something else? Well, here is an opportunity to learn about it. The cases come from the University of North Carolina, so please acknowledge this if you are going to use them. Enjoy!
Attached is a nice review on Os Odontoideum given by Mr. Atul Gupta, a senior medical student, during his rotation here at UNC. We hope that you enjoy it and find it helpful.
Attached is a nice review on idiopathic inflammatory orbital pseudotumor given by Mr. Shiva Kambhampati, a senior medical student from George Washington University, during his rotation here at UNC. We hope that you enjoy it and find it helpful.