Coin, C. G.; Raskin, R.; Glover, M. B.; Martchen, E. J.
May 1974
Angiology;May1974, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p350
Academic Journal
A simple technique of three dimensional cerebral cineangiography is presented. Other than a simple rotating head holder, no special equipment is needed. Conventional cineradiographic x-ray equipment and cineprojector are utilized. This has proven to be a useful clinical tool as well as an invaluable teaching aid. Representative examples printed from single 35 mm cineradiographic frames illustrating this technique are given in fig. 4, The reader should appreciate the fact that these printed images cannot convey the 3 dimensional effect of the projected cineradiographic imagery: nor do these prints represent the detail that is clearly evident in the original projection. In our experience the detail and quality of the original projected cine sequence is competitive with the resolution of individual vessels on conventional large film studies with the additional advantage of three dimensional perception.


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