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A report on patient presenting in the cranial computer tomogram with changes in the cranium in the left temporal region typical of a meningioma, as well as with changes in the floor of the middle cranial fossa. Correct diagnosis was obtained only by the overall assessment comprising anamnesis, laboratory findings and state of the skeletal structure: namely,(More)
On the basis of 26 cases with extracerebral fluid accumulation in the middle cranial fossa the bony changes occurring in this connection are described and discussed in respect of their aetiology. If there are bony accompanying reactions, two entities can be observed in principle. One group shows thinning and protrusion of the temporal squama, raising of the(More)
The rate of cerebral angiographies is bound to diminish in the present era of new imaging methods of low invasiveness. However, this examination method will continue to be an often decisive method to effect diagnostic visualisation of the cerebral vessels, so that the introduction of contrast media with low toxicity and good tolerance represents a great(More)
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