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Normal anatomy of the brain on CT and MRI with a few normal variants
  1. Shelley Renowden
  1. Correspondence to Shelley Renowden, Department of Neuroradiology, Frenchay Hospital, Clinical Support Services Directorate, Bristol BS16 1LE, UK; shelley.renowden{at}north-bristol.swest.nhs.uk

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The introduction of increasingly sophisticated imaging techniques over the last few decades has transformed neurological diagnosis. Imaging plays a central part in the assessment and management of patients with neurological disease. A neurologist needs to be able to request the appropriate test—may need to consult with radiological colleagues in unusual cases—and know what the imaging might be able to reveal and what it will …

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