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This work on cerebral angiography represents the author's experience with the method over a period of three years. The present volume is the result of the author's attempt to visualize the cerebral arteries radiographically, but the perfection of his technic and his many unique applications of the method have enabled him to produce a beautiful series of roentgenograms illustrating the localization and diagnosis of brain tumors, cerebral varices, aneurysms of the cerebral arteries, and angiomas. He has also been able to demonstrate many interesting anatomic features of the cerebral circulation, such as the passage of the opaque solution through the arterial circulation, the capillaries and the veins. He further demonstrates the meningeal circulation. By a series of films made at short intervals after the injection of the opaque solution, many unusual roentgenograms are produced to illustrate the cerebral circulation. Formerly the author used a 25 per cent solution of sodium
L'angiographie cérébrale: Ses applications et résultats en anatomie, physiologie et clinique. JAMA. 1935;104(15):1362. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760150074031
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