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TitleMicrovascular Anastomoses for Cerebral Ischemia [electronic resource] / edited by Jack M. Fein, O. Howard Reichman
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1978
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-9911-0
Descript XVI, 324 p. online resource

CONTENT

I. Structure and Function -- 1. Anatomy and Physiology Pertinent to Stroke -- 2. Canine Cerebral Ischemia -- 3. Anatomical Studies of the Posterior Circulation Relevant to Occipital Artery Bypass -- 4. Comparison of Blood Flow and Patency in Arterial and Vein Grafts to the Basilar Artery -- 5. The Endothelial Surface of Arteries: A Scanning Electron Microscopic Examination of Normal and Anastomosed Vessels -- 6. The Experimental Effects of Prostaglandin E1 on Small Vessel Patency -- II. Metabolism -- 7. Oxidative Metabolism in Cerebral Ischemia -- 8. Evidence for Barbiturate Protection in Focal Cerebral Ischemia: A Hypothesis for Mechanism and Clinical Utility -- 9. Transient Ischemic Attacks and Metabolic Aspects of Their Relief by Microneurosurgical Anastomosis -- III. Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis -- 10. Management of Risk Factors and Other Diseases in Candidates for Microneurosurgical Anastomosis in Cerebral Ischemia -- 11. Ocular Plethysmography and Suction Ophthalmo-dynamometry in the Diagnosis of Carotid Occlusive Disease -- 12. Collateral Circulation of the Brain -- 13. Angiographic Cerebral Blood Flow Patterns in STA-MCA Anastomosis Candidates -- IV. Surgical Techniques -- 14. Contemporary Techniques of Cerebral Revascularization -- 15. External Carotid-Middle Cerebral Artery Bypass Using Free Graft Bypass -- 16. Electromagnetic Blood Flowmetry in Microvascular Anastomosis -- 17. Brain Vascularization by Transplanted Omentum -- V. Clinical-Hemodynamic Considerations -- 18. Augmentation of Collateral Hemispheric Blood Pressure following Superficial Temporal to Middle Cerebral Artery Anastomosis: Documentation by Ocular Plethysmography -- 19. Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Studies following Superficial Temporal-Middle Cerebral Artery Anastomosis -- 20. Current Status of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement in Revascularization Microsurgery of the Brain -- 21. Estimation of Flow Through STA Bypass Graft -- 22. Cerebral Blood Flow in Stroke-Type Patients -- VI. Clinical Results -- 23. Progression of Middle Cerebral Artery Stenosis to Occlusion Without Symptoms following Superficial Temporary Artery Bypass: Case Report -- 24. Experiences with the STA-Cortical MCA Anastomosis in 46 Cases -- 25. Clinical Experiences with STA-MCA Anastomosis in 54 Cases -- 26. Microneurosurgical Arterial Anastomoses in Patients with Prolonged Reversible Ischemic Neurological Deficits (PRIND) -- 27. Review of Experience with 50 Consecutive Cases of Superficial Temporal Artery to Middle Cerebral Artery Anastomosis for Treatment of Cerebrovascular Occlusive Disease -- VII. Other Applications -- 28. Microvascular Anastomosis and Carotid Artery Ligation for Fibromuscular Hyperplasia and Carotid Artery Aneurysm


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