[Spiral computed tomographic angiography as a substitute for intra-arterial angiography of aorta and its branches].


Until recently, intra-arterial angiography was the diagnostic method of first choice when pathology of the aorta or its branches was suspected. A disadvantage of this technique is that only the lumen of spaces with blood flow can be visualised and that the soft tissue surroundings remain (partly) invisible. Spiral computer tomographic angiography (CTA) has… (More)


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