Diagnostic Cerebral Angiography

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 462 pages
Since 1980, Dr. Osborn's An Introduction to Cerebral Angiography has been the definitive text on this imaging modality. Now, this classic work has been completely revised, reorganized, and updated and expanded from an introductory book into a comprehensive, state-of-the-art reference on cerebral angiography.Diagnostic Cerebral Angiography, Second Edition, is organized into three major parts. Part 1 covers techniques and technical aspects of cerebral angiography. Part 2 is a detailed description of normal anatomy, anatomic variations, and congenital anomalies. Part 3 focuses on pathological entities, including trauma, aneurysms, stroke, vascular malformations, atherosclerosis, and vasculitis.Coverage includes new information on vascular territories, film subtraction, and magnetic resonance angiography. The text is thoroughly illustrated with 1,200 radiographs and line drawings, all of them new to this volume. Another new feature of this Second Edition is the use of boxed summaries throughout the text to highlight key points.
 

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Atherosclerosis and Carotid Stenosis
359
Technical Aspects of Cerebral Angiography
419
Subject Index
447

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