anterior cerebral veins

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an·te·ri·or ce·re·bral veins

[TA]
small veins that parallel the anterior cerebral artery and drain into the basal vein.
Synonym(s): venae anteriores cerebri [TA]

an·te·ri·or ce·re·bral veins

(an-tērē-ŏr serĕ-brăl vānz) [TA]
Small veins that parallel the anterior cerebral artery and drain into the basal vein.
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51] discovered that an abnormal visibility of transcerebral veins within the ischemic area, which was identified as a signal drop within cerebral veins on SWI, was correlated with subsequent of HT in patients with hemispheric ischemic stroke and treated with IV thrombolytic therapy, and it was mentioned that venous blood volume represented 70-80% of the total blood volume,[52] contained higher concentrations of deoxyhemoglobin, the gradient-echo imaging modifications might be mainly related to venous structures.
This is to prevent/minimize the further travel of air to the cerebral veins and throughout the circulatory bed and organs.
Scientists at the University of Melbourne have collaborated to introduce a novel device 'stentrode' (stent covered in small electrodes) that is maneuvered and implanted into cerebral veins overlying the motor cortex.
Cerebral veins and sinuses have neither any valve nor tunica muscularis.
Cerebral veins are thin, valveless structures that do not contain smooth muscle.
Sartor, "More reliable noninvasive visualization of the cerebral veins and dural sinuses: comparison of three MR angiographic techniques," Radiology, vol.
Cerebral venous thrombosis, thrombosis of cerebral veins and major dural sinuses, is an uncommon disorder in the general population.
Thrombosis of cerebral veins (or venous sinuses) is an uncommon condition (although a lot more prevalent than previously thought), which often presents a diagnostic challenge, with a non-specific and, occasionally, dramatic presentation which the optometrist may be the first to see.
If higher sensitivity sequence of T2 Gradient echo would confirm diagnosing cerebral venous thrombosis, this sequence can be used as superior method or at least complementary method for patients susceptible to thrombosis of cerebral veins.
1) The MPV is responsible for drainage of the choroid plexus prior to the development of the internal cerebral veins, during embryogenesis, prior to the 11th week of gestation.
If a clinician suspects CVT, either MRI or magnetic resonance venography (MRV) is recommended to make the diagnosis by showing a thrombus obstructing the venous sinuses or cerebral veins.
Phase contrast MRI was used to quantify flow of the internal cerebral veins and straight sinus.

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