Our November/December 2013 issue was focused on body imaging, so it is only fair that the current issue contains several interesting papers in Neuroradiology.
The lead article by Due-Tonnessen et al shows how the combined use of BOLD-fMRI improves visualization of the central sulcus in conjunction with traditional anatomic methods.
I really like the article by Sakai who helps make sense of about all those confusing cysts in the nasopharynx we often readily dismiss without much thought (Tornwaldt vs other types).
Finally, although only a case report, the article by Saylisoy provides great understanding of the connection (or lack thereof) between the perivascular and subarachnoid spaces. I must admit that even as a long-practicing neuroradiologist I didn’t have a clear picture of the relationship between these spaces before reading her manuscript.
Of course, there are a great array of abdominal, thoracic and musculoskeletal papers to see as well.
Allen D. Elster, MD FACR