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A New Technique for the Assessment of Cerebral Vasodilatory Capacity as Part of Catheter-Based Cerebral Angiography.
Qureshi AI, et al. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2018. PMID 29571761
We describe a new method that assesses cerebral vasodilatory capacity as part of catheter-based cerebral angiography. METHODS: We assessed regional cerebral blood volume (rCBV) in the arterial distribution of interest using a controlled contrast injection through a diagnostic catheter placed in the common carotid or the subclavian artery. rCBV maps were created using predefined algorithm based on contrast distribution in the venous phase (voxel size 0.466 mm(3)) into high, intermediate, low, and no detectable rCBV regions. rCBV maps were acquired again after the administration of intra-arterial nicardipine (1.5-2.5 mg), and percentage increases of the area of various grades of rCBV were calculated. ...CONCLUSIONS: Selective assessment of cerebral vasodilatory response in the affected arterial distribution is feasible during catheter-based cerebral angiography....
We describe a new method that assesses cerebral vasodilatory capacity as part of catheter-based cerebral angiography. M …
Clinical utility of cerebral angiography in the preoperative assessment of endocarditis.
Monteleone PP, et al. Vasc Med 2014. PMID 25362111
Cerebral angiography is an invasive procedure utilized without supporting guidelines in preoperative evaluations of infective endocarditis (IE). ...Our objectives were to: (1) assess the utility of cerebral angiography by determining which subset of IE patients benefit from its performance; and (2) identify clinical and noninvasive screening tests that can preclude the need for invasive cerebral angiography. ...
Cerebral angiography is an invasive procedure utilized without supporting guidelines in preoperative evaluations of infective
Cerebral angiography.
Sugar O. JAMA 1966. PMID 5953375
Transradial cerebral angiography: an alternative route.
Levy EI, et al. Neurosurgery 2002. PMID 12182771
To assess the safety and success rate of the transradial approach for three-vessel or four-vessel diagnostic cerebral arteriography, we reviewed the experience at our institution and compared our complication rates with those found in the literature for transfemoral cerebral angiography and transradial coronary angiography. ...CONCLUSION: The transradial approach for cerebral angiography is a safe alternative to the transfemoral route. After transradial cerebral angiography, patients require a shorter observation period and are not restricted to bed rest. ...
To assess the safety and success rate of the transradial approach for three-vessel or four-vessel diagnostic cerebral arteriography, …
Transradial cerebral angiography: technique and outcomes.
Nohara AM and Kallmes DF. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2003. PMID 12812964 Free article.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The transradial approach is routinely used for coronary angiography, but only limited data exist regarding transradial cerebral angiography. The purpose of this report was to offer detailed procedural methods for transradial cerebral angiography to facilitate adoption of the technique. ...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The transradial approach is routinely used for coronary angiography, but only limited data exist regarding tr …
Prospective series of two hours supine rest after 4fr sheath-based diagnostic cerebral angiography: Outcomes, productivity and cost.
Zuckerman SL, et al. Interv Neuroradiol 2015. PMID 25934785 Free PMC article.
The objective of our study was to establish the efficacy, safety, and cost savings of two-hour supine time after 4-Fr elective cerebral angiography. A prospective, single arm study was performed on 107 patients undergoing elective cerebral angiography. All cerebral angiograms were performed with a 4-Fr sheath-based system without closure devices. ...
The objective of our study was to establish the efficacy, safety, and cost savings of two-hour supine time after 4-Fr elective cerebral
Real-time eye lens dose monitoring during cerebral angiography procedures.
Safari MJ, et al. Eur Radiol 2016. PMID 26002131
METHODS: Radiation dose received at left outer canthus (LOC) and left eyelid (LE) were measured using Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor dosimeters on 35 patients who underwent diagnostic or cerebral embolization procedures. ...The maximum eye lens dose of 1492 mGy was measured at LOC region for an AVM case, followed by 907 mGy for an aneurysm case and 665 mGy for a diagnostic angiography procedure. ...
METHODS: Radiation dose received at left outer canthus (LOC) and left eyelid (LE) were measured using Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect …
Vasospastic Amaurosis Fugax Diagnosed by Cerebral Angiography.
Shim DH, et al. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2015. PMID 26283520
We report a case of recurrent monocular blindness presumed to be caused by vasospasm, demonstrated by digital subtraction angiography. ...Cerebral digital subtraction angiography was performed. On the left internal carotid angiogram, vasospasm occurred in the cervical portion of the left internal carotid artery and, subsequently, the blood flow to the left ophthalmic artery diminished. ...
We report a case of recurrent monocular blindness presumed to be caused by vasospasm, demonstrated by digital subtraction angiography
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