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Intrinsic Imaging radiologists are deeply involved in the diagnosis and treatment of central nervous system disorders and review approximately 400,000 CNS images annually.
Our team of 7 full time fellowship trained CAQ board certified neuroradiologists specializes in all brain and spine pathology with broad experience and expertise in MRI, CT, diagnostic and interventional angiographic procedures, as well as PET imaging using novel CNS markers.
Clinical trials involving disorders of the Central Nervous System (CNS) present a number of challenges. A wealth of domain knowledge utilizing validated scoring methods in centralized image processing and analysis for all necessary modalities and techniques is required.
At Intrinsic Imaging, we are dedicated to the treatment of Central Nervous System disorders. Our expertise includes, but is not limited to;
Further, Intrinsic Imaging neuroradiology expertise includes, but is not limited to;
James Dix, M.D., Medical Director, Neurology and Neurological Imaging
Dr. Dix is a graduate of Georgia State University and attended medical school at Emory University. He completed his radiology residency at the University of Washington in Seattle before his 2 year neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Virginia. Dr. Dix has authored multiple peer reviewed articles on neuroradiology and neurosurgery. He has developed and published innovative techniques in percutaneous cement fixation of sacral and pelvic fractures. He lectures nationally on advanced imaging techniques for radiologists and neurosurgeons. He is board-certified in radiology and possesses a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in neuroradiology.
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