By Ch. Raybaud, P. Michotey, W. Bank, Ph. Farnarier (auth.), Prof. Dr. G. Salamon (eds.)

A few years in the past, on the Symposium of Neuroradiology in Rome, ZIEDSES DES PLANTES made a decisive contribution to cerebral angiography with photographic subtraction. From this time on, technical advances, anatomical findings, healing assessments corresponding to embolization, improvement of stereo­ taxy, and automated axial tomography have opened a large box for cerebral angiography. those vital findings turned the topic of a systematic assembly. the standard of the displays and the result of each one re­ port made this a finest symposium. i'm very thankful to all those that contributed to make it successful. G. SALAMON Marseille, October tenth 1975 v This assembly was once held below the assistance and with the monetary support of INSERM (Paris) . We additionally thank the Ministry of overseas Affairs school of drugs in Marseille management of the sanatorium in Marseille CGR, Kodak, Guerbet, Philips and Siemens for his or her fabric aid. Contents half I Anatomy Angiographic-Anatomic examine of the Vascular Territories of the Cerebral Convolutions Ch. RAYBAUD, P. MICHOTEY, W. financial institution, and Ph. FARNARIER •••••. 2 Anatomic and Radiographic research of the Fissures and Sulci of the mind G. SALAMON, Ch. RAYBAUD, P. MICHOTEY, and Ph. FARNARIER . . . 10 The Cerebral Cortical Arteries B. A. RING . . . • . . . • • • • . • • . . • . . . • . . • . • • • • . . . • . . . . • . . • . • . . • . . . 25 The Anatomy of the Perforating Arteries of the Basal Ganglia H. A. KAPLAN •. . . . . . •. ••. . ••••. •. . •••. •••. . •. . . . . . ••••. . . . . .

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Green (St Louis) 1 vol. (1969) 15. , GONZALES J. , GRISOLI F. et MICHOTEY P. : Analyse angiographique des branches corticales de l'artere sylvienne. A propos d'un nouveau procede de reperage. Neuro-chirurgie, 17,3, 177-189, (1971) 16. , FAURE J. et GIUDICELLI G. : Topographic investigation of the cortical branches of the middle cerebral artery. Their identification by angiography. Acta Radiologica (Diagnosis) 13, 226-232 (1972) 17. SALAMON ~et coll. : Atlas de la vascularisation arterielle du cerveau chez l'homme.

205, 1-13 (1973) 41 Angiography of the Thalamoperforating Arteries with Special Emphasis on Arteriography of the Third Ventricle A. E. GEoRGE, G. SALAMON, and I. I. KRICHEFF The perforating arteries arising at the base of the brain from the posterior communicating arteries and the basilar artery bifurcation, which contribute part of the blood supply to the thalamus, are designated as thalamo-perforating arteries. The thalamoperforating arteries were identified by both HEUBNER and DURET in the latter part of the 19th century.

The adult brain, through a process of infolding in regions and overgrowth of one part over another in its attempt to confine itself to the interior of the skull, becomes a relatively complexly designed anatomical structure. The rostral two segments, the telencephalon and diencephalon, can be referred to collectively as the forebrain. The rostral segment, the telencephalon, has bilateral basal and dorsal cell collections. The basal cells make up three units : the caudate, putamen, and globus pallidus nuclei.

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