Anatomy.- Congenital.- Branchial apparatus anomalies.- -Dermoid/Epidermoid.- Atretic encephalocele.- Neurocutaneous syndromes.- NF 1.- NF2.- Tuberous sclerosis.- PHACES syndrome.- Neurocutaneous melanosis.- Sturge-Weber.- Basal cell nevus syndrome.- Incontinentia pigmenti.- Skin tumors.- Skin appendage lesions (pilomatrixoma, cystadenoma, Turban tumor).- Primary malignancies (melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma).- Metastases.- Vascular.- Sinus pericranii.- AVM.- Hemangioma.- Venolymphatic malformation.- Degos syndrome.- Trauma.- Lacerations.- Hematomas.- Foreign bodies.- Third-spacing.- Infectious and inflammatory processes.- Cellulitis.- Abscess.- Herpes-Zoster.- Scleroderma.- Perry-Romberg disease.- Post-treatment.- Mohs surgery.- Reconstructive skin flaps and grafts.- Cosmetic facial fillers and implants.
This unique book, written by acknowledged experts, provides a comprehensive review of the wide spectrum of skin diseases that may affect the head and neck region and central nervous system. The clearly written, informative text is accompanied by abundant examples of radiological imaging and corresponding vivid clinical photographs. Coverage includes congenital skin lesions, neurocutaneous syndromes, benign and malignant skin tumors, vascular malformations and lesions, trauma, infectious and inflammatory processes, and post-treatment appearances. The book will be an invaluable clinical resource for both neuroradiologists and dermatologists. ? Patients with skin diseases often undergo neuroradiological imaging, and it is therefore important for neuroradiologists to be familiar with the various types of dermatological conditions and their imaging appearances.
Daniel Thomas Ginat MD, MS is director of head and neck imaging at the University of Chicago. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed articles in the last decade. He has also been editor for three textbooks published by Springer, including the Atlas of Postsurgical Neuroradiology: Imaging of the Brain, Spine, Head, and Neck, Neuroimaging Pharmacopoeia, and Post-treatment Imaging of the Orbit.