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017 Putting CT angiography to the test for intracranial atherosclerotic diseases: sensitivity and specificity analysis
  1. J Kalia,
  2. M Kabbani,
  3. S Hussain,
  4. W Thomas,
  5. O Zaidat
  1. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

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Objective: CT angiography (CTA) has recently gained popularity for detection of stenotic and occlusive diseases in intracranial and neck vessels. With 3D reconstruction, CT angiogram can provide reasonably reliable estimates of vascular pathology. We wanted to look at the sensitivity and specificity of CTA in evaluating atherosclerotic diseases of the head and neck …

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