The Clinical Value of Serial Direct Magnification Cerebral Angiography in the Visibility of Fine Vessels of Brain Tumors Yuji MIYAZAKI 1 1Department of Neurological Surgery, Sapporo Medical College and Hospital Keyword: Angiography , Magnification angiography , Brain tumor , Tumor vessel pp.573-583
Published Date 1977/6/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1436200634
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Radiography by direct magnification using a fine-focus tube of 100μ has been recognized to have various advantages from a clinical point of view. Since 1972 the author has been applying radiography by direct magnification to serial cerebral angiography and has been conducting fundamental and clinical research.

As a fundamental research, a solution of fine-grain barium sulfate was infused into the posterior cerebral artery of cadaver brain and radiography by direct magnification was conducted to investigate the visibility of normal fine arteries.

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