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Vascular Derformity of the Basilar Artery Which Gave the Clinical and Computerized Tomographic Impression of a Tumor

  • W. Mauersberger
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 5)

Abstract

Only a few years after its introduction into neuroradiologic diagnostics, computer-assisted tomography has established a preeminent position in the field. However, it should not be forgotten that even this method has its limitations and that the results obtained can be misleading in some cases; thus, traditional neuroradiologic examination methods, especially angiography, retain their value.

Keywords

Basilar Artery Arteriovenous Malformation Ventricular System Cerebellopontine Angle Posterior Cranial Fossa 
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