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TitleMicrosurgery for Stroke [electronic resource] / edited by Peter Schmiedek, Otmar Gratzl, Robert F. Spetzler
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1977
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-6349-4
Descript XVIII, 292 p. online resource

CONTENT

I. Basic Problems of Cerebral Ischemia -- 1. Comments on the History of External-Internal Anastomosis for Cerebral Ischemia -- 2. Experimental Ischemia of the Brain -- 3. Thresholds of Cerebral Ischemia -- 4. Focal Flow and Neuronal Activity in Experimental Cerebral Ischemia -- 5. Cerebral Changes During Recirculation following Temporary Ischemia in Mongolian Gerbils, with Special Reference to Blood-Brain-Barrier Change -- 6. Simulated Transient Ischemic Attacks in Cat and Man -- 7. Experimental and Clinical Use of Barbiturates in Focal Cerebral Ischemia -- 8. Combined Use of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement and Computerized Tomography for the Diagnosis of Cerebral Ischemia -- 9. Microvascular Bypass for Cerebral Ischemiaโ{128}{148}An Overview, 1966โ{128}{147}1976 -- II. Experimental -- 10. Experimental Middle Cerebral Artery Microsurgical Embolectomy -- 11. Cerebral Arterial Spasm: In Vitro Contractile Activity of Vasoactive Agents on Human Cortical and Temporal Arteries -- 12. Comparative Merits of Autogenous Arterial and Venous Bypass Grafts as Alternatives to Direct Arterial Anastomosis -- 13. Endothelial Changes after Vascular Surgery: A Scanning Electron Microscopic Study -- 14. Morphologic Changes after Vascular Microanastomoses as a Function of the Technique Used -- 15. Morphometric Approach to Fine Structural Changes in the Intima of the Common Carotid Artery of the Rat following Microsurgery -- 16. Scanning Electron Microscope Studies of Endothelial Injury in Microsurgical Anastomosis -- 17. Importance of the Histologic Structure of the Superficial Temporal Artery for the Function of Extra-Intracranial Bypass -- 18. Evaluation of 2-mm Arterial Grafts for Extra- to Intracranial Bypass in Occlusive Cerebrovascular Disease -- 19. Comparative Evaluation of Conventionally Sutured and Clot-Sutured Microsurgical Anastomoses -- 20. Spontaneous Cerebral Revascularization: An Experimental Study Supporting Microneurovascular Bypass Surgery -- 21. End-to-Side Anastomosis Between Carotid Arteries and Serial Angiographic Controls in Rats -- 22. Potential of Reconstructive Vascular Surgery in the Spinal Cordโ{128}{148}An Experimental Study -- III. Clinical -- 23. A Method to Identify and Treat Reversible Ischemic Alterations of Brain Tissue -- 24. Selection of Completed Stroke Patients for STA-MCA Anastomosis Based on Measurements of Somatosensory Evoked Potential and CBF Dynamics -- 25. Relationship between rCBF Changes and Restitution of Neurologic, Psychopathologic, and Electroencephalographic Disturbances in Patients with Occlusion of Middle Cerebral Artery and Internal Carotid Artery -- 26. Evaluation of Patients with Cerebral Ischemia Using Computerized Tomography -- 27. Preoperative Evaluation of STA-MCA Anastomosis Candidates with rCBF Studies -- 28. Some Comments on the Technique of STA-Cortical MCA Anastomoses -- 29. Angiographic Features of the Cortical Extra-Intracranial Anastomosis -- 30. Results of Multiple Angiographic Studies on Cerebral Revascularization Patients -- 31. Dopplersonographic Control of Microvascular Bypass Function -- 32. Cortical Arterial Pressure in Occlusive Cerebrovascular Disease and Results of Bypass Surgery -- 33. Cerebral Revascularization for Stroke in Evolution -- 34. STA-MCA Bypass for Acute Focal Cerebral Ischemia -- 35. Multiple-Vessel Occlusions in Cerebrovascular Diseaseโ{128}{148}a Further Followup of the Effects of Microvascular Bypass on the Quality of Life and the Incidence of Stroke -- 36. Extra- Intracranial Arterial Anastomosis in Ten Patients with Moya-Moya Syndrome (Occlusion of the Circle of Willis) -- 37. Microsurgical Anastomosis for Cerebral Ischemia in Ninety Patients -- 38. Long-Term Clinical Results following Extra- Intracranial Arterial Bypass Surgery -- 39. Late Followup Studies in a Selected Group of Patients with Extra- Intracranial Arterial Bypass -- 40. Bypass Surgery for Vascular Disease of the Carotid and Vertebral Artery Systems


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