Storia della Neuroradiologia europea

@article{Passerini1994StoriaDN,
  title={Storia della Neuroradiologia europea},
  author={A. Passerini},
  journal={The Neuroradiology Journal},
  year={1994},
  volume={7},
  pages={541 - 556}
}
  • A. Passerini
  • Published 1 August 1994
  • Medicine
  • The Neuroradiology Journal
La storia della Neuroradiologia è dispersa nelle pagine delle Riviste di Fisica, di Radiologia, di Otorinolaringologia, di Anatomia Patologica, di Neurologia, di Neurochirurgia, di Neuroradiologia ed è poco nota ai giovani neuroradiologi. Non è definito il periodo al quale risale il primo im-piego del termine «Neuroradiologia». «A Short History of Neuroradiology» è stata pubblicata da Herman Fischgold e da James Bull in occasione dell'VIII Symposium Neuroradiologicum tenuto a Parigi nel… 
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