NeuroRadiology 101


Date: 20/7/2024  


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MDCT.com.au offers a comprehensive Neuroradiology course that is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills in this specialized field. Here are some reasons why you should consider attending their course:

  1. High-Quality Content: The content delivered by MDCT.com.au is top-notch. They provide information straight from reputable sources such as RSNA (Radiological Society of North America), ECR (European Congress of Radiology), and their own world-leading research. This ensures that you receive accurate and up-to-date information.

  2. Commitment to Education and Research: MDCT.com.au is committed to education and research. They go beyond the basics and teach you what others might not cover. Their dedication to staying informed and sharing valuable insights sets them apart.

  3. Online e-Learning: If you’re unable to attend in person due to travel constraints or other reasons, don’t worry! MDCT.com.au offers a state-of-the-art online e-learning suite. You can access high-quality educational content from the comfort of your own home.

  4. Affordability: Attending conferences and courses can be expensive, especially when factoring in travel and accommodation costs. MDCT.com.au recognizes this and provides accessible education through their online platform.

  5. E-Books: Even if you miss their live meetings, you can still benefit from their expertise. MDCT.com.au sells e-books lecture by lecture, allowing you to catch up on missed content.

Remember, in the field of radiology, having accurate facts is crucial—opinions alone won’t suffice! MDCT.com.au ensures that you receive evidence-based knowledge to enhance your neuroradiology skills.



Learning Outcomes

After taking this course in head CT and MRI interpretation you will be able to successfully identify the anatomtical structures and variants.  All of this can be achieved so you can confidently provide optimal image quality every time regardless of patient demographics and clinical presentation and under any circumstance.  We will teach all the imaging paramters with contrast media delivery with particular emphasis on lesion enhancment patterns and detection.


This course will cover the following topics:

1. Head CT and MRI Anatomy

2. Contrast Media Delivery in CT and CTA

3. Traumatic Head CT - bleeds

4. Head and Neck CTA

5. Perfusion CT

6. Contrast MEdia Delivery in MR and MRA

7. Head and Neck MRA

8. Adult Brain Tumors

9. Pediatric Brain Tumors





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  1. #neuroradiology: The most straightforward hashtag that specifically targets neuroradiology content.
  2. #radiology: A broader term that encompasses various imaging techniques, including neuroradiology.
  3. #mri: Specifically related to magnetic resonance imaging, which is commonly used in neuroradiology.
  4. #radiologist: For professionals specializing in radiology, including neuroradiologists.
  5. #xray: Although not exclusive to neuroradiology, it’s relevant for general radiology discussions.
  6. #medicalimaging: Encompasses all types of medical imaging, including neuroradiology.
  7. #neurology: Relevant for discussions about neurological conditions and imaging.
  8. #neuroscience: Explores the scientific aspects of the nervous system, including imaging studies.