Cranial nerves: anatomy, pathology, imaging

      The knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the cranial nerves, which is fundamental for a correct clinical and diagnostic neurological evaluation, and then for the approach to the correct therapy, is somewhat complex for the neuroradiologists and at the same time for the clinicians and the neurosurgeons. Considering the neuroradiological demonstration of the lesions involving the cranial nerves, the imaging by CT, and in particular by MRI, with the use of sequences at high resolution, allows the direct visualization of the complete course of the cranial nerves.
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