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Persistant Anterior Falcine Sinus: Demonstration by CT Angiography

  • Charles C. Matouk (a1), Daniel M. Mandell (a1), Timo Krings (a1), Robert A. Willinsky (a1) and Karel G. terBrugge (a1)...
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The University of Toronto Brain Vascular Malformation Study Group, Departments of Surgery and Medical Imaging, The Toronto Hospital, Western Division, 399 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2S8, Canada

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