The Limitations of Computerised Tomography in the Study of Tumours of the Skull Base and Face

  • J. M. Caille
  • P. Constant
  • A. Dop
  • J. L. Renaud-Salis
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Abstract

Although CT has amply proved its effectiveness in exploration of the head, it is beginning to reveal its defects and inadequacies in other areas.

Keywords

Carbohydrate Iodine Sarcoma Meningioma PIer 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. M. Caille
  • P. Constant
  • A. Dop
  • J. L. Renaud-Salis

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