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Cerebral Ischaemia

A Neuroradiological Study

  • Jacques Bories

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-iv
  2. Cerebral ischaemia: A neuroradiological study

  3. General considerations

    1. J. C. Gautier, P. Pullicino
      Pages 2-9
    2. C. Duyckaerts, J. J. Hauw
      Pages 10-17
  4. Roles of scanning: CT, PET and MRI

    1. J. Bories, S. Derhy, J. Chiras
      Pages 18-33
    2. A. Bonafe, C. Manelfe, B. Scotto, M. Y. Pradere, A. Rascol
      Pages 34-43
    3. M. Brant-Zawadzki, M. Solomon, T. H. Newton, P. Weinstein, J. Schmidley, D. Norman
      Pages 67-70
  5. Vascular investigations: angiography, ultrasound

    1. J. Chiras, J. Bories, M. O. Barth, A. Aymard, B. Poirier
      Pages 71-88
    2. O. J. M. Boespflug
      Pages 94-97
    3. J. Natali, C. Ruotolo
      Pages 98-106
    4. J. H. Carpena, J. Bories, J. Chiras
      Pages 107-116
  6. Special associations and causes

    1. C. A. Raybaud, Marie-Odile Livet, M. Jiddane , Nicole Pinsard
      Pages 117-128
    2. Y. Grosgogeat
      Pages 129-132
    3. M. G. Bousser, J. C. Baron, J. Chiras
      Pages 133-137
    4. S. Godon-Hardy, J. F. Meder, A. Dilouya, V. Monsaingeon, D. Fredy
      Pages 138-142
    5. J. Chiras, M. Dubs, J. Bories
      Pages 143-150

About this book


Numerous meetings have been devoted to cerebral The angiographic study specifies the indications vascular accidents during the last few years. Never­ of angiography in the study of cerebral ischemia, and theless our experience at La Salpetriere shows that the techniques to be used. It shows the main etiologic cerebral infarcts are not always well explored. Indi­ aspects. Because of the important place of vascular cations for angiography today, as well as the main surgery today, it seemed necessary to show also the CT aspects during the evolution of ischemia seem main post operative angiographic aspects. not to be always well known by radiologists. We After CT and angiography, some pages are re­ therefore thought it useful to have a special issue de­ served to more modem techniques: positron emis­ voted to cerebral ischemia; this is also the reason sion tomography which will perhaps allow us to bet­ why this special issue looks more like a thoroughly ter understand the pathophysiological signification worked out study than one exclusively devoted to a of imaging and magnetic resonance imaging, which limited number of scientific papers. will perhaps allow us to detect ischemic edema in the After a brief clinical and pathophysiological ap­ reversible stage, prior to frank infarction.


angiography computed tomography (CT) magnetic resonance magnetic resonance imaging magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tomography

Editors and affiliations

  • Jacques Bories
    • 1
  1. 1.Service de Neuroradiologie Charcot Assistance PubliqueHôpitaux de Paris Groupe Hospitalier Pitié-SalpetrièreParis CedexFrance

Bibliographic information

  • Book Title Cerebral Ischaemia
  • Book Subtitle A Neuroradiological Study
  • Editors Jacques Bories
  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Softcover ISBN 978-3-540-16158-5
  • eBook ISBN 978-3-642-70943-2
  • Edition Number 1
  • Number of Pages IV, 150
  • Number of Illustrations 92 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
  • Additional Information This monograph comprises volume 27/6 of the journal: "Neuroradiology"
  • Topics Neuroradiology
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