volume 246, issue 5, P262-264 1989
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463569
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Abstract: The authors have used CT scans and MRI to study pathology in anatomical and radiological correlations of brain slices. The CT scan was particularly useful for studying structures at the skull base, although at the level of the posterior fossa such scans could visualize only those tumors that were larger than 8 mm. even after injection. The CT scan was found to be the most useful examination before surgery for facial neuralgia. In contrast MRI gave a precise cisternal course of the trigeminal nerve and its rela…

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