Radiological grading of tumor extension of the cavernous sinus
One hundred and twenty-three cavernous sinuses (CS) were studied in 72 patients with or without parasellar or intrasellar tumors by conventional cerebral angiography, contrasted with CT findings. Subtraction films were used for the analysis.
KeywordsPituitary Adenoma Cavernous Sinus Trigeminal Neuralgia Fibrous Dysplasia Inferior Petrosal Sinus
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