cerebral angiogram


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cerebral angiogram

An angiogram of blood vessels of the brain.
See also: angiogram
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At postoperative day 10, a repeat cerebral angiogram was performed, which showed a slightly larger right MCA aneurysm off the inferior division, a new left MCA inferior saccular aneurysm, and an unchanged right saccular PCA aneurysm.
Another cerebral angiogram showed that the right MCA aneurysm remained unchanged and the left MCA aneurysm was resolved.
Compared to a conventional cerebral angiogram, the risk of stroke during IAP is: a.
If a second cerebral angiogram is recommended, it is usually completed approximately 5 to 7 days after the hemorrhage.
A conventional four-vessel cerebral angiogram was negative for intracranial aneurysm and arteriovenous malformation.
A subsequent four-vessel cerebral angiogram was negative for aneurysm or arterial venous malformation.
6%) had bilateral stenotic vessels on MRA or cerebral angiograms.
Headache complaints spurred 118 urgent diagnostic procedures, including 69 noncontrast CTs, 7 CT angiograms, 29 MR scans (including angiography and venography), 5 cerebral angiograms, and 8 lumbar punctures.
The persistent trigeminal artery is a common normal variant found in > 10% of normal cerebral angiograms
A stat head CT and cerebral angiograms, performed due to the acute decrease in RUE strength, showed no acute changes.