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Computed Tomographic Cisternography: Reduction of Diagnostic Limitations in Computed Tomography Through Intrathecal Enhancement

  • W. O. Bank
  • B. P. Drayer
  • A. L. Williams
  • F. O. Black
  • A. E. Rosenbaum
Conference paper

Abstract

Until recently the achievement of diagnostically adequate resolution in the basal subarachnoid cisterns has remained a difficult problem for computed tomography (CT). Artifacts frequently degrade image quality and preclude subtle diagnosis (Fig. 17.1.A & 17.2.A).

Keywords

Posterior Fossa Optic Chiasm Routine Compute Tomographic Diagnostic Limitation Suprasellar Cistern 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. O. Bank
  • B. P. Drayer
  • A. L. Williams
  • F. O. Black
  • A. E. Rosenbaum

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