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Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of diagnostic radiology which focuses on diagnosing abnormalities of the head, brain, spine and neck using a range of neuroimaging techniques.
Neuroradiologists interpret neuroimages of the brain, spine and spinal cord, face and neck and peripheral nerves to diagnose strokes, tumours, genetic conditions, aneurysms, Alzheimer’s Disease and many other neurological conditions.
They also work with a multi-disciplinary team, including neurosurgeons, in instances of traumatic vascular injury to the head and neck.
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