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Layering of contrast media in the internal carotid artery related to angiographic circulation time and cerebral blood flow



Layering of contrast media in the internal carotid artery related to angiographic circulation time and cerebral blood flow



Neuroradiology 6(2): 71-77




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PMID: 4788981

DOI: 10.1007/bf00399811


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