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Zerebrospinale Flüssigkeitsräume

  • E. Zeitler
Part of the Handbuch der Medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL, volume 15 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Über die Myeloszintigraphie bei Anwendung von RIHSA — 131-Jod haben zuerst Bauer und Yuhl (1953) berichtet, nachdem sie im Tierexperiment die Ungefährlichkeit und Brauchbarkeit dieses Verfahrens geprüft hatten. Sweet et al. (1954) und Di Chiro (1964a, b) wiesen auf die Möglichkeit hin, mit intrathekal applizierten Radiopharmaka die Liquordynamik zu studieren und dieses Verfahren zur Erkennung von Zirkulationsstörungen des Liquors im Spinalkanal, am kraniozervikalen Übergang und in den intrakraniellen Liquorräumen einzusetzen.

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