Radionuclide Brain Scan in the Diagnosis of Cerebrovascular Diseases

  • Gianni Boris Bradač
  • Roland Oberson


The advent of computed tomography (CT) in the neuroradiologic field has diminished the diagnostic importance of the radionuclide brain scan (RBS); however, as noninvasive techniques for brain scanning both CT and RBS are useful in vascular accidents. Moreover, both tests are synergistic. RBS is a sensitive dynamic and biologic test. Not only is it still especially useful for the dynamic aspects of cerebral circulation, but also in many cases it is a good complementary examination to both CT and cerebral angiography (Pendergrass et al., 1975; Alderson et al., 1976; De Land, 1976; Gado et al., 1976; Chiu et al., 1976; Clifford et al., 1976). The following comments briefly consider the technical and diagnostic aspects of RBS.


Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Anterior Cerebral Artery Posterior Cerebral Artery Dural Sinus Thrombosis Diagnostic Aspect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gianni Boris Bradač
    • 1
  • Roland Oberson
    • 2
  1. 1.Abteilung für Röntgendiagnostik Neuroradiologie, Klinikum SteglitzFreien Universität BerlinBerlin 45Deutschland
  2. 2.Clinique CecilLausanneSwitzerland

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