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 equivalent to embolization, improvement of stereo taxy, and automated axial tomography have opened a large box for cerebral angiography. those very important findings turned the topic of a systematic assembly. the standard of the displays and the result of each one re port made this a best symposium. i'm very thankful to all those that contributed to make it a hit. G. SALAMON Marseille, October tenth 1975 v This assembly was once held less than the information and with the monetary aid of INSERM (Paris) . We additionally thank the Ministry of international Affairs school of medication in Marseille management of the health center 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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The result is that in a small, very critical area, the number of arteries varies from one to four. The Vermont philosophy in such cases is to only assign names to the branches that are constant, so we do not differentiate between anterior and posterior parietal branches, but call the smaller branch an accessory artery. The division of branches anterior to the central sulcus is more significant since there are functional differences, but we have been unable to make a consistent division into post-frontal and pre-central branches, although ln practice we recognize the difference and separate them by referring to anterior and posterior components.
The sections of SCHIFFWERTHEIMER (1928) are repnoduced in the majority of studies. In 1960 we described two sections which provide more precise relationships than those which have become classic. It is evident that one cannot be content with two sections which correspond to a single level and represent a compromise between many. Because of the differences which exist between levels, we are proposing that two sagittal and two coronal sections be used. In this manner we achieve a better demonstration of the vascular territories of the respective central arteries to the telencephalon and diencephalon.
PERCHERON. The term "lenticulaoptic artery" is consequentely a misnomer and must be rejected. Our recent study (1974) has led us to distinguish two distinct groups among the central branches arising from the middle cerebral artery. These groups are identified by their intracerebral location in the anteroposterior sense and not in the transverse sense as described by the classic authors. These two groups bear no relationship to the three groups which can be identified by the location of their origin from the middle cerebral artery.