MYRTLE LOGAN, M.D.; EUGENE B. FERRIS, M.D., F.A.C.P.; GEORGE L. ENGEL, M.D.; JOSEPH P. EVANS, M.D.
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The diagnosis of intracranial vascular tumors is important because treatment is, as a rule, nonsurgical; often roentgenological treatment is the procedure of choice. In the diagnosis of vascular tumors certain criteria have been useful: (a) Roentgenologic evidence of calcification of the vessel walls; (b) Roentgenologic evidence of a vascular pattern from erosion of the inner table of the skull; (c) Pneumoencephalographic evidence of a space-consuming lesion as indicated by depression of the ventricle with, however, an apparent increase in the depth of the subarachnoid spaces over the convexity; (d) The presence of a bruit; (e) The presence of angiomata in
LOGAN M, FERRIS EB, ENGEL GL, EVANS JP. ARTERIALIZATION OF INTERNAL JUGULAR BLOOD DURING HYPERVENTILATION AS AN AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF INTRACRANIAL VASCULAR TUMORS1. Ann Intern Med. 1947;27:220–224. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-27-2-220
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1947;27(2):220-224.
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