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Abstract Fifty-one dogs were operated upon, and various microvascular bypass grafts and anastomoses were completed. Seventeen of these dogs were followed for 5 to 8 years. Of these, three had a carotid-middle cerebral arterial bypass graft, five had a carotid-basilar arterial bypass graft, five...
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Abstract In eight patients stereotactic biopsy of deep brain lesions was performed. Adequate tissue was obtained, and the information helped considerably in planning further therapy. No significant complications occurred in these patients. In three of the cases, the stereotactic coordinates were...
Abstract Three patients with occlusive cerebrovascular disease were evaluated for possible extracranial-intracranial arterial anastomosis. Cerebral angiography repeated at a later date revealed disappearance of the initial vascular stenosis or occlusion and development of extensive collateral...
Abstract A total scalp replantation was performed after a complete traumatic avulsion of the scalp with skull fracture. Multiple arterial and venous anastomoses were required. Satisfactory healing occurred, and the patient has had a subsequent uneventful cranioplasty to fill a bony defect, with...
Abstract Four patients with clinical criteria of cerebral death were evaluated by computerized cranial tomography (CT). Upon intravenous infusion of meglumine diatrizoate, the intracranial vascular structures failed to enhance. Two of the patients also had electroencephalographic evaluation, and...
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