The diagnostic interface between noninvasive cerebral vascular testing and digital arteriography.

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Two hundred forty patients with signs and symptoms of cerebrovascular disease were evaluated by digital and/or standard arteriography. One hundred twenty symptomatic patients had intravenous digital arteriography (IVDSA) done as the initial diagnostic study. Twenty-five percent (30 patients) had inadequate intravenous examinations and required additional… (More)

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@article{Turnipseed1986TheDI, title={The diagnostic interface between noninvasive cerebral vascular testing and digital arteriography.}, author={William D. Turnipseed and Charles Wynn Acher}, journal={Journal of vascular surgery}, year={1986}, volume={3 3}, pages={486-92} }