Bicommissural Orientation and Routine Angiography (Plate V-33, pp. 237–238)
As illustrated in previous parts of this book, the three-dimensional pattern of the sulci and gyri has a remarkably stable relationship to the ACPC reference system. In our everyday practice, the bicommissural orientation lines proved a useful tool for distinguishing normal locations from slight pathologic displacements of brain structures rendered visible in the stereotactic neuroradiologic work-up, where angiography and ventriculography are performed successively.
KeywordsArterial Phase Vascular Pattern Sylvian Fissure Central Sulcus External Auditory Meatus
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