Computed Tomography in the Diagnosis of Cerebrovascular Diseases
Computed tomography (CT) is a very good complementary examination to cerebral angiography (Davis et al, 1976; Bradac et al., 1977; Constant et al., 1977). Direct demonstration of infarction is very often possible with CT and hematomas are well visible. Several aspects are involved in this diagnostic technique.
KeywordsCompute Tomography Transient Ischemic Attack Vascular Malformation Infarctual Area Direct Demonstration
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