A detailed analysis of normal cerebrovascular anatomy on axial transverse computed tomographic (CT) images is presented. Fresh cadavers were injected with gelatinous iodine solution for clear visualization of cerebral blood vessels. A detailed knowledge of the normal cerebrovascular anatomy on the axial transverse CT image in relation to other intracranial structures is a prerequisite for the interpretation of cerebral computed angiotomograms.
- Axial transverse sections
- Cerebral blood vessels
- Computed tomographic angiography
- Contrast medium
- Postmortem studies
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging