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About these proceedings
A few years ago, at the Symposium of Neuroradiology in Rome, ZIEDSES DES PLANTES made a decisive contribution to cerebral angiography with photographic subtraction. From this time on, technical advances, anatomical findings, therapeutic tests such as embolization, development of stereo taxy, and computerized axial tomography have opened a wide field for cerebral angiography. These important findings became the subject of a scientific meeting. The quality of the presentations and the results of each re port made this a most interesting symposium. I am very grateful to all those who contributed to make it a success. G. SALAMON Marseille, October 10th 1975 v This meeting was held under the guidance and with the financial help of INSERM (Paris) . We also thank the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Faculty of Medicine in Marseille Administration of the Hospital in Marseille CGR, Kodak, Guerbet, Philips and Siemens for their material support. Contents Part I Anatomy Angiographic-Anatomic Study of the Vascular Territories of the Cerebral Convolutions Ch. RAYBAUD, P. MICHOTEY, W. BANK, and Ph. FARNARIER •••••. 2 Anatomic and Radiographic Study of the Fissures and Sulci of the Brain G. SALAMON, Ch. RAYBAUD, P. MICHOTEY, and Ph. FARNARIER . . . 10 The Cerebral Cortical Arteries B. A. RING . . . • . . . • • • • . • • . . • . . . • . . • . • • • • . . . • . . . . • . . • . • . . • . . . 25 The Anatomy of the Perforating Arteries of the Basal Ganglia H. A. KAPLAN •. . . . . . •. ••. . ••••. •. . •••. •••. . •. . . . . . ••••. . . . . .
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