[Tumors of the craniocervical junction. I. Strategies of radiological examinations depending on the clinical syndrome].


Tumors of craniocervical junction (ccjct) may cause a variety of non specific signs and symptoms. Before the advent of computed tomography (CT) diagnosis was sometimes possible only by surgical exploration, as the available radiologic methods--plain film radiography, angiography, and myelocisternography--essentially provided only indirect information about… (More)


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