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Author Tatler, G. L. V. ♦ Moseley, I. F.
Source British Medical Journal (The BMJ)
Content type Text
Publisher British Medical Journal Publishing Group
File Format HTM / HTML
Language English
Abstract A review of the results of neuroradiological investigation of patients in whom computed tomography had shown no intracranial abnormality showed that the use of invasive studies, particularly pneumoencephalography, has declined since installation of a computed tomography scanner, and indications for such studies have become firmer. Diagnostic yield from invasive procedures in patients presenting with epilepsy, dementia, headache (including facial pain), or loss of consciousness is negligible.
Description Citation Reference: British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Ed.)
ISSN 00071447
Age Range 18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1982-10-09
e-ISSN 14685833
Journal British Medical Journal (The BMJ)
Volume Number 285
Issue Number 6347
Page Count 3
Starting Page 1026
Ending Page 1028


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Source: British Medical Journal (The BMJ)