PMID: 824563Sep 21, 1976Paper

Neurofibromatosis and intracranial arterial occlusive disease

T A TomsickC Benton


Two cases of neurofibromatosis and intracranial arterial occlusive disease are reported. The radiographic and clinical features of these and twelve previously reported cases are reivewed.


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