The introduction of computed tomography in the diagnosis of pathological intracranial conditions has had considerable significance in cases of cranio- cerebral injury. The decisive diagnostic advantage lies in the possibility of demonstrating both gross pathological change directly as well as secondary changes in normal brain structures. Computed tomography has proved its considerable worth, especially in evaluation of patients with craniocerebral injury and its sequelae. The capabilities of CT were quickly recognized and ...

Computed Tomography in Head Injuries 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642674235

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Computed Tomography in Head Injuries 1979, Springer

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