Rupture of an aneurysm during three-dimensional computerized tomography angiography

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Address reprint requests to: Kazuya Futami, M.D., Department of Neurosurgery, Himi Municipal Hospital, Saiwai-cho 31–9, Himi 935–3573, Japan. email: futami@lilac.ocn.ne.jp.

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