volume 21, issue 2, P305-353 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2007.04.001
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Michael C. Hurley, Manraj K.S. Heran

Abstract: Imaging the head and neck presents a unique challenge because of the dense concentration of complex anatomy and the importance of lesion localization in formulating the differential diagnosis and prognosis. Critical imaging features such as the ability to define fascial borders of soft tissue neck compartments, the demonstration of intricate anatomy such as the temporal bones and paranasal sinuses, and the noninvasive assessment of vascular integrity have improved greatly in recent years in parallel with the r…

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