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By Professor Dr. Gianni Boris Bradač, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Roland Oberson (auth.)

Although it could look a rash, even ill-conceived, project to commit a mono­ graph to cerebral angiography at a time whilst CT seems crucial neuroradiologic strategy, this is often certainly no longer the case. additionally, the authors are conscious of the need of taking those new concepts under consideration. Cerebro-arterial occlusive illnesses are often the reason for acute and chro­ nic neurologic disturbances. The authors' target in getting ready this publication was once to illustrate the worth of neuroradiology within the analysis of those stipulations. they've got comprehensive their function, and notably, they've got succeeded in demonstrating how angiography and CT supplement one another. They indicate absolutely the necessity of top quality in angiographic imaging; certainly, arterial occlusive illnesses could have a truly capricious and unforeseen evolution that may be followed-up via iterative CT examinations - for example as soon as per week - yet angiography, that's played just once, needs to be as excellent and informative as attainable. either authors bought a part of their education within the Neuroradiologic leave­ ment of the college health center in Strasbourg. i'm hence very happy to discover during this publication either the perfection i used to be acquainted with seeing in G. B. BRADAc's iconography and the sound judgement I continually liked in R. OBERSON. for this reason, it truly is with nice pride that I write this foreword. it's my want that either authors in achieving the popularity they rightfully deserve within the Univer­ sities of Berlin and of Lausanne.

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Atheromatous disease of the carotid arterial system and embolism from the heart in cerebral infarction: A morbid anatomical study. : The megadolichobasilar anomaly. J. Neurol. Sci. : Bacterial intracranial aneurysm. J. Neurosurg. : Clinical implications of the doppler cerebrovascular examination: A correlation with angiography. : Cervical arterial pathways associated with brachiocephalic occlusive disease. Am. J. Roentgenol. 91, 1232 (1964) Bradac, G. : Der aktuelle Stand der zerebralen Angiographie.

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3 %. In cases where a lesion of this vessel is suspected a bilateral carotid angiography is indispensable for the diagnosis. Etiology. In the majority of the cases the cause of the lesion is atherosclerotic (thrombotic or embolic). Occasionally, particularly in children and young adults, an arteritic process is diagnosed or suspected. Angiographic Findings. a. " Similar findings may be observed also on the callosomarginal artery. In cases of occlusion, a collateral flow from middle and posterior cerebral arteries is visible in the late phases of the carotid and vertebral angiogram.

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