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Inflammatory Diseases of the Brain

  • M. G. Dupont
  • L. L. Mortelmans
  • D. Baleriaux-Waha
  • A. Bollaert
  • L. Jeanmart

Abstract

Our study involves 56 observations on inflammatory diseases of the brain, the basis for which are 69 tomodensitometrie examinations made on patients age 7 months to 64 years during the period May, 1976 -February, 1977. The “Delta-Scan” with a matrix of 256 x 256 was used, and all the examinations were systematically practiced with and without intravenous injection of contrast medium.

Keywords

Occipital Lobe Brain Abscess Ventricular System Tuberculous Meningitis Iodine Contrast 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. G. Dupont
  • L. L. Mortelmans
  • D. Baleriaux-Waha
  • A. Bollaert
  • L. Jeanmart

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