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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The development of two new radiological techniques has significantly enhanced the performance of neuroradiological diagnostic procedures. The first of these was installed as the prototype unit at the Medical College of Virginia in November of 1972 and has marked advantages for the performance of encephalography, angiography, and air myelography. The present communication will relate the experiences of the author during the initial 15 months of clinical evaluation. The second technique is an entirely new concept of obtaining further information from the data provided by the penetration of x-ray photons. Each of these units will be discussed briefly with an outline of the principle indications and advantage of each system.
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