By Professor Dr. Gianni Boris Bradač, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Roland Oberson (auth.)
Although it will possibly look a rash, even ill-conceived, project to dedicate a mono graph to cerebral angiography at a time while CT seems an important neuroradiologic approach, this can be certainly now not the case. additionally, the authors are conscious of the need of taking those new recommendations under consideration. Cerebro-arterial occlusive illnesses are usually the reason for acute and chro nic neurologic disturbances. The authors' objective in getting ready this e-book used to be to illustrate the price of neuroradiology within the analysis of those stipulations. they've got complete their objective, and especially, they've got succeeded in demonstrating how angiography and CT supplement one another. They indicate absolutely the necessity of top quality in angiographic imaging; certainly, arterial occlusive ailments can have a truly capricious and unforeseen evolution that may be followed-up by means of iterative CT examinations - for example as soon as per week - yet angiography, that is played just once, has to be as ideal and informative as attainable. either authors obtained a part of their education within the Neuroradiologic leave ment of the college clinic in Strasbourg. i'm hence very happy to discover during this booklet either the perfection i used to be familiar with seeing in G. B. BRADAc's iconography and the sound judgement I consistently preferred in R. OBERSON. as a result, it truly is with nice pride that I write this foreword. it's my want that either authors in achieving the popularity they rightfully deserve within the Univer sities of Berlin and of Lausanne.
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117 in an older man with generalized atherosclerosis. In this last case one carotid was occluded at the bifurcation, the other one at the level of the carotid siphon. It is a moot point whether or not these cases deal with moyamoya in the initial phase (see Sect. 4). Finally, the case shown in Fig. 105 involves multiple stenoses of the cerebral vessels in a 15-year-old boy with neurofibromatosis. 11 Collateral Flow In the diagnosis of occlusive disease the study of collateral flow is an important part of the angiographic examination.
Bioptic or autoptic controls are also rare. The following angiographic findings of these lesions vary greatly and are generally not pathognomonic for a definite disease: Occlusions or stenosis may be present. Otherwise there are narrowings of the lumen alternating with widenings. Sometimes the differential diagnosis between arteritis and spasms occurring in cases of subarachnoidal bleeding, especially if no aneurysm is visible, is very difficult if not impossible. Furthermore, also in the case of arteritis the narrowing can in part be due to inflammatory infiltration and in part to reactive spasm.
In: Greenfield's Neuropathology, Baltimore: Williams-Wilkins 1967, pp. : Atheromatous disease of the carotid arterial system and embolism from the heart in cerebral infarction: A morbid anatomical study. : The megadolichobasilar anomaly. J. Neurol. Sci. : Bacterial intracranial aneurysm. J. Neurosurg. : Clinical implications of the doppler cerebrovascular examination: A correlation with angiography. : Cervical arterial pathways associated with brachiocephalic occlusive disease. Am. J. Roentgenol.
Angiography in Cerebro-Arterial Occlusive Diseases: Including Computer Tomography and Radionuclide Methods by Professor Dr. Gianni Boris Bradač, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Roland Oberson (auth.)