Computed Tomography in the Diagnosis of Intracranial Disease

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Abstract

The introduction of computed tomography has revolutionized neurodiagnosis. This diagnostic procedure makes it possible to define intracranial anatomy by visualizing structures of different radiodensities. Computed tomography may detect and define the underlying pathologic processes more directly than is possible with other diagnostic procedures and has reduced the need for invasive contrast procedures.

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