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Planned Carotid Artery—Jugular Vein Fistula: 30-Year Follow-up and Surgical Correction

Planned Carotid Artery—Jugular Vein Fistula: 30-Year Follow-up and Surgical Correction Abstract • A patient had a common carotid artery—jugular vein fistula created 30 years previously for the treatment of mental retardation. During the years following this procedure, massive facial venous engorgement developed, and she had a stroke. Operative closure of the fistula successfully alleviated the facial swelling and venous engorgement. (Arch Surg 1982;117:1343-1345) References 1. Sciaroni GH: Reversal of circulation of the brain . Am J Surg 1948;76:150-164.Crossref 2. Beck CS, McKhann CF, Belnap WD: Revascularization of the brain through establishment of a cervical arteriovenous fistula . J Pediatr 1949; 35:317-328.Crossref 3. Beck CS, McKhann CF, Belnap WD: Revascularization of the brain . Am J Ment Defic 1950;55:218-219. 4. Jervis GA, McAllister FF, Hogg BM, et al: Revascularization of the brain in mental defectives . Neurology 1953;3:871-878.Crossref 5. Hammer JM, Heersma HS, MacGregor JR, et al: Complications and effects observed in 33 patients with cervical arteriovenous fistulas . Arch Surg 1951;63:477-479.Crossref 6. Adam YG, Getz RH: Surgically produced carotid jugular fistula: Eighteen-year follow-up . Ann Surg 1970;171:93-97.Crossref 7. Moretz WH, Bray PF: Observations of the effects of carotid-jugular anastomosis . Am Surg 1953;29:765-777. 8. Tarlov IM, Shure B, Epstein BS, et al: Brain revascularization after carotid-jugular anastomosis assessed by angiography . Arch Neurol 1950; 64:847-860.Crossref 9. Beck CS: Revascularization of the heart . Ann Surg 1948;128:854-864.Crossref 10. Gordon HE: Historical development of vascular access procedures , in Wilson SE, Owens ML (eds): Vascular Access Surgery . Chicago, Year Book Medical Publishers Inc, 1980, chap 1. 11. Rich NM, Hobson RW, Collins GJ: Traumatic arteriovenous fistulas and false aneurysms: A review of 558 lesions . Surgery 1975;78:817-828. 12. Holman E: The physiology of an arteriovenous fistula . Arch Surg 1923;7:64-82.Crossref 13. Holmes TW: Circulatory dynamics in the presence of carotid-jugular fistula: Effects of repair after 12 years' patency . Circulation 1964;29:905-910.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Surgery American Medical Association

Planned Carotid Artery—Jugular Vein Fistula: 30-Year Follow-up and Surgical Correction

Archives of Surgery , Volume 117 (10) – Oct 1, 1982

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1982 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0004-0010
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1538-3644
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10.1001/archsurg.1982.01380340061014
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Abstract

Abstract • A patient had a common carotid artery—jugular vein fistula created 30 years previously for the treatment of mental retardation. During the years following this procedure, massive facial venous engorgement developed, and she had a stroke. Operative closure of the fistula successfully alleviated the facial swelling and venous engorgement. (Arch Surg 1982;117:1343-1345) References 1. Sciaroni GH: Reversal of circulation of the brain . Am J Surg 1948;76:150-164.Crossref 2. Beck CS, McKhann CF, Belnap WD: Revascularization of the brain through establishment of a cervical arteriovenous fistula . J Pediatr 1949; 35:317-328.Crossref 3. Beck CS, McKhann CF, Belnap WD: Revascularization of the brain . Am J Ment Defic 1950;55:218-219. 4. Jervis GA, McAllister FF, Hogg BM, et al: Revascularization of the brain in mental defectives . Neurology 1953;3:871-878.Crossref 5. Hammer JM, Heersma HS, MacGregor JR, et al: Complications and effects observed in 33 patients with cervical arteriovenous fistulas . Arch Surg 1951;63:477-479.Crossref 6. Adam YG, Getz RH: Surgically produced carotid jugular fistula: Eighteen-year follow-up . Ann Surg 1970;171:93-97.Crossref 7. Moretz WH, Bray PF: Observations of the effects of carotid-jugular anastomosis . Am Surg 1953;29:765-777. 8. Tarlov IM, Shure B, Epstein BS, et al: Brain revascularization after carotid-jugular anastomosis assessed by angiography . Arch Neurol 1950; 64:847-860.Crossref 9. Beck CS: Revascularization of the heart . Ann Surg 1948;128:854-864.Crossref 10. Gordon HE: Historical development of vascular access procedures , in Wilson SE, Owens ML (eds): Vascular Access Surgery . Chicago, Year Book Medical Publishers Inc, 1980, chap 1. 11. Rich NM, Hobson RW, Collins GJ: Traumatic arteriovenous fistulas and false aneurysms: A review of 558 lesions . Surgery 1975;78:817-828. 12. Holman E: The physiology of an arteriovenous fistula . Arch Surg 1923;7:64-82.Crossref 13. Holmes TW: Circulatory dynamics in the presence of carotid-jugular fistula: Effects of repair after 12 years' patency . Circulation 1964;29:905-910.Crossref

Journal

Archives of SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 1, 1982

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