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December 1967

Clinical Neuroradiology.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1967;86(6):708. doi:10.1001/archotol.1967.00760050710022

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The book contains chapters by the editor, Dr. Decker, and by a group of outstanding contributors in the field of neuroradiology from western Europe, United States, and Canada.

In addition to the classic neuroradiology of the skull, brain, and spinal cord, the text includes some noteworthy chapters on epilepsies, neuropsychiatric diseases, neuroradiology in pediatrics and ophthalmology, and in radioisotope techniques in the diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system.

The radiographic illustrations are excellent but presented as positive, which the American reader is not accustomed to.

Although two techniques particularly important for the otologist, namely opaque cerebello pontine cisternography and jugular venography, are not covered, this textbook constitutes a valuable source of information and reference for the otolaryngologist.

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