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This slim but attractive little volume consists of 239 pages. Included are ten pages of index and six pages of bibliography (the latter is incomplete). There are eight chapters on neuroradiological anatomy, entitled "Neuroanatomy," "Pneumoencephalography and Ventriculography," "Ventricular System," "Subarachnoid Spaces," "Cerebral Angiography," "Arterial Supply of the Brain," "Venous Drainage of the Brain," and "Radiologic Illusions."
The material is presented well by an experienced teacher and embryology and anatomy are especially interesting and clear. The material is well illustrated with 146 figures. The normal pneumoencephalograms and angiograms are clearly depicted. The description of the subarachnoid space and basal system is excellent.
Although this book was designed specifically for the radiologist, it is recommended also to the neurologist, neurosurgeon, and anatomist. It is a valuable book particularly for residents in the clinical specialties who deal with the brain and its circulation, and is a welcome addition to the neuroroentgenological library. The
Meyer JS. The anatomical foundation of neuroradiology of the brain.. JAMA. 1963;184(4):321. doi:10.1001/jama.1963.03700170113032
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