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«Interventional Neuroradiology: A Neuroscience Sub-Specialty?»

Abstract : Interventional Neuroradiology (INR) is not bound by the classical limits of a speciality, and is not restricted by standard formats of teaching and education. Open and naturally linked towards neurosciences, INR has become a unique source of novel ideas for research, development and progress allowing new and improved approaches to challenging pathologies resulting in better anatomo-clinical results. Opening INR to Neurosciences is the best way to keep it alive and growing. Anchored in Neuroradiology, at the crossroad of neurosciences, INR will further participate to progress and innovation as it has often been in the past.
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Georges Rodesch, Luc Picard, Alex Berenstein, Alessandra Biondi, Serge Bracard, et al.. «Interventional Neuroradiology: A Neuroscience Sub-Specialty?». Interventional Neuroradiology, Edizioni del Centauro, 2013, 19 (3), pp.263 - 270. ⟨10.1177/159101991301900301⟩. ⟨hal-01718059⟩

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