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Normal CT Scan Anatomy of the Brain

  • G. Lecaque
  • P. Palmieri
  • A. Yagishita
  • G. Salamon
  • G. Scialfa
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Abstract

Normal anatomy of the brain can be studied by comparing CT slices in three planes : horizontal, frontal and sagittal. Most present devices allow horizontal sections ; frontal sections can be obtained with some devices either directly or by reconstruction ; sagittal slices are obtained only by reconstruction, with a few exceptions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Lecaque
  • P. Palmieri
  • A. Yagishita
  • G. Salamon
  • G. Scialfa

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