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This volume represents a collection of papers presented at the meeting in Strasbourg, France, taking place on Sept 24, 1963, dealing with the use of radioisotopes in diseases of the central nervous system. There is an introduction by A. Chevallier and a concluding dissertation by Therese Planiol. There are six papers in all, most of them in French and it includes one paper dealing with myeloscintillography. In view of the rapid progress of the isotope techniques in diagnosis of intracranial lesions, this volume is less up-to-date than the one dealing with the radiology of intraspinal lesions.
Taveras JM. Radio-isotopes et Affections du Systeme Nerveux Central: Diagnostic et Bases Biologiques. Arch Neurol. 1965;13(6):680. doi:10.1001/archneur.1965.00470060116021
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