CT and Encephalography

  • G. Ruggiero
  • L. Sabattini

Abstract

Almost all authors agree on the fact that the number of encephalograms has decreased considerably since the introduction of CT. In our department the relative frequency of encephalography has also decreased but this is not so much due to the diminution of the examinations as to the overall increase in the number of patients admitted because of the ever-increasing demand of CT, which often proves negative (Table 16.1).

Keywords

Catheter Attenuation Meningitis Meningioma Hydrocephalus 

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    RUGGIERO G., SABATTINI L., NUZZO G. C.A.T. and encephalography. Communication at the €Vth Congress of E.S.N., Geilo (Septembre 5–6, 1976)Google Scholar
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    RUGGIERO G., SABATTINI L., NUZZO G. C.A.T. and encephalography. Preliminary report. Neuroradiology (in press).Google Scholar

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  • G. Ruggiero
  • L. Sabattini

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