Cerebral angiography, its technique and possibilities, is to be treated in more detail in Volume XIV, on neuroradiology, where it will be placed in its correct organical context as one part, though an important one, of the roentgenologic investigation of patients with cerebral symptoms. In the present paper, it will be considered in more general terms.


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