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By Prof. agr. Auguste Wackenheim M.D., Dr. Jean-Paul Braun M.D. (auth.)

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Ventricular Veins We observed a normal (Fig. lll) of strongly opacified ventricular veins. Capillarography in the Venous Phase The capillarographic view in the venous phase (Fig. 71) differs gready from that in the arterial phase (Fig. 40). Contrast in the venous phase is generally more marked and thalamic vessels can be better observed. These usually consist of large veins which join either the internal cerebral vein or the basal vein. The stasis in the posterior fossa easily produces such a sharp capillarography because venous drainage is difficult and slow.

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