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Total brain opacification in children during angiography
  1. Charles Kerber,
  2. Eugene Blank


    Total brain opacification is an angiographic method of neuroradiological examination in children which will often make examination with air unnecessary. The substance of the brain becomes temporarily opaque while the ventricles and avascular masses are radiolucent. The examinations in 6 children are presented to illustrate the method and to emphasize its value.

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