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ce·re·bral ar·ter·ies

arteries related to and supplying the cerebral cortex. See: anterior cerebral artery, middle cerebral artery, posterior cerebral artery.
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ce·re·bral ar·te·ries

(serĕ-brăl ahrtĕr-ēz)
Those related to and supplying cerebral cortex.
See: anterior cerebral artery
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Faraci, "Mechanisms that produce nitric oxide-mediated relaxation of cerebral arteries during atherosclerosis," Stroke, vol.
Stehbens, "Aneurysms and anatomical variation of the cerebral arteries," Archives of Pathology, vol.
Narrowing of at least one of the major cerebral arteries was found in 13 out of 60 patients (21.6%, seven women and six men).
Dolichoectasia of the anterior cerebral arteries in an adolescent.
It has been suggested that both structural and functional changes in cerebral arteries from SHR rats impair tissue perfusion and also limit the ability of cerebral arteries (particularly small arterioles) to dilate in response to ischemia.
discuss the physics and technology of ultrasound, examination, normal and pathological findings in extracranial and intracranial cerebral arteries, cerebral and peripheral veins, and peripheral arteries.
There was evidence of vasospasm in the anterior cerebral arteries bilaterally.
There was no evidence of injury to the middle or anterior cerebral arteries. The tip of the nail was embedded in the frontal lobe and appeared to be remote from the major cerebral vessels.
The anterior, middle, and posterior cerebral arteries that emanate from the circle of Willis may show varying degrees of stenosis or occlusion.
Specificity and Sensitivity Comparison between various Indices of Umbilical, Middle Cerebral Arteries and Descending Thoracic Aorta Indices Umbilical Artery (In %) Middle Cerebral Artery (In %) Specificity Sensitivity Specificity Sensitivity [RI.sub.1] 93 73 53.3 39 [RI.sub.2] 66 78 33.3 52.1 [RI.sub.3] 60 82.6 42.8 60.8 [PI.sub.1] 93 65.2 40 52.1 [PI.sub.2] 73 78 13.33 73.9 [PI.sub.3] 60 91.3 21.4 82.6 S/[D.sub.1] 93.3 56.5 40 52.1 S/[D.sub.2] 86 69 33.33 60.8 S/[D.sub.3] 80 69 53.3 56.5 Indices Descending Thoracic Aorta (In %) Specificity Sensitivity [RI.sub.1] 66.6 43.4 [RI.sub.2] 73.33 43.4 [RI.sub.3] 64.28 43.4 [PI.sub.1] 73.3 34.78 [PI.sub.2] 66.6 34.7 [PI.sub.3] 64.28 34.7 S/[D.sub.1] 80 34.7 S/[D.sub.2] 86.66 30.4 S/[D.sub.3] 92.85 17.39
On the contrast, negative remodeling will exacerbating rather than compensating for luminal loss, but might appear more stable.[sup][33] Remodeling phenomenon was first described by Glagov et al .[sup][74] in the study of coronary artery, and has been reported in the studies on middle cerebral arteries (MCAs)[sup][30],[31],[32] and basilar arteries [sup][18],[33],[34] recently.
The PTA supplies both posterior cerebral arteries and SCA.

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