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1954: Atti Della Accademia Dei Fisiocritici in Siena. Sezione Medico-fisica
J Tamraz
The aim of this review is to give highlights about technical imaging aspects with which researchers in the neuro-ophthalmologic fields ought to be familiar. After a short overview of history of anatomy of the visual system, a review of the main anatomic details and their corresponding MRI aspects concerning the visual pathways is proposed. Reference lines suitable for MR imaging of the visual system in normal and in diseased states are proposed to orient the neuroradio-ophthalmologic investigations. Brain, cutaneous, and bony landmarks are given to help multimodality imaging approaches, indispensable for anatomofunctional correlations...
September 1994: Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society
H Schierhorn
25 years ago the Portuguese neurologist Egas Moniz (1874-1955), the founder of the cerebral angiography and Nobel Prize laureate of the year 1949, died in Lisbon. Narrow 15 years before his German partner and competitor Wilhelm Löhr (1889-1941), surgeon in Mageburg, died. Löhr was the first physician, who applied and extended the carotis angiography in Germany, to begin together with the neurologist Walter Jacobi (1889-1937). For many important reasons and informations in cerebral angioarchitectonics it is indebted to the achievement of Moniz and Löhr...
1981: Journal Für Hirnforschung
A M Bidabé, P Floras, A M Gin, J F Dartiques, M Sabathié, J M Caillé
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1985: Journal of Neuroradiology. Journal de Neuroradiologie
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