Tumoral Masses of the Posterior Fossa

  • B. Staelens
  • Y. Palmers
  • A. L. Baert
  • J.-L. Termote

Abstract

In its early applications, CT was the preferred method for obtaining additional information in complex cases already studied by angiography and gas encephalography. Nowadays CT has grown into a screening examination for all patients suspected of an organic cerebral pathology, including a pathology of the posterior fossa.

Keywords

Iodine Sarcoma Peri Pyramid Meningioma 

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  • B. Staelens
  • Y. Palmers
  • A. L. Baert
  • J.-L. Termote

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