March-April 2006

Volume 30Issue 2p77-152
Cover photo: Patient with a small saccular aneurysm originating from A1 segment of the left ACA. Midarterial phase anteroposterior projection DSA image shows a small saccular aneurysm at the proximal portion of the A1 segment of the left ACA (arrow). From “Computed tomography angiography in detection and characterization of ruptured anterior cerebral artery aneurysms at uncommon location for emergent surgical clipping” by Chia-yuen Chen, Shu-Chiang Hsieh, Wai-Man Choi, Pei-yeh Chiang, Jerry Chin-Wei Chien, and Wing P. Chan on pages 87–93 in this issue. ...
Cover photo: Patient with a small saccular aneurysm originating from A1 segment of the left ACA. Midarterial phase anteroposterior projection DSA image shows a small saccular aneurysm at the proximal portion of the A1 segment of the left ACA (arrow). From “Computed tomography angiography in detection and characterization of ruptured anterior cerebral artery aneurysms at uncommon location for emergent surgical clipping” by Chia-yuen Chen, Shu-Chiang Hsieh, Wai-Man Choi, Pei-yeh Chiang, Jerry Chin-Wei Chien, and Wing P. Chan on pages 87–93 in this issue.

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