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December 1964

Diagnostic Neuroradiology.

Arch Neurol. 1964;11(6):682. doi:10.1001/archneur.1964.00460240114016

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It is, indeed, a rare privilege to review the volume on Diagnostic Neuroradiology by Drs. Taveras and Wood, as one at once recognizes the monumental character of this work. With great humility the authors, both leaders in this relatively new field of radiology, present this book as a text for students, a handbook for graduates in the field, and a record of working principles found useful in their cumulative experience. The book, not only achieves these objectives, but, based on almost 20 years of consecutive service, first by Dr. Wood and then by Dr. Taveras as Directors of Radiology at the Neurological Institute of New York, it reflects the heritage of Dr. Cornelius Dyke and the author's wealth of clinical exposure in the depth and richness of the material presented.

The work is divided into four major areas: (1) The Skull, (2) Intracranial Pneumography, (3) Angiography, and (4) Diseases of

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