cerebral angiogram


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cerebral angiogram

An angiogram of blood vessels of the brain.
See also: angiogram
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(b) A diagnostic cerebral angiogram less than 3 weeks from previous imaging demonstrating interval development of a saccular aneurysm at the callosomarginal and pericallosal bifurcation.
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.
Cerebral angiogram one week later showed 90% left VA origin stenosis and distal V4 segment occlusion.
Compared to a conventional cerebral angiogram, the risk of stroke during IAP is: a.
Caption: Figure 4: Cerebral angiogram image showing typical "puff of smoke" moyamoya collaterals (black arrow).
At the authors' institution, repeat cerebral angiography is not routinely performed in a patient with a perimesencephalic hemorrhage pattern and a negative initial high-quality cerebral angiogram. Repeat angiography is reserved for patients with an aneurysmal pattern of subarachnoid blood or a suboptimal initial study.
One of the most beneficial diagnostic tests in patients suspected of having postpartum cerebral angiopathy is the cerebral angiogram. This test usually reveals areas of stenosis and dilation in multiple intracranial vessels (Ursell et al.).
J to an interventional neuroradiologist for evaluation of a suspected CCSE A cerebral angiogram performed the next week revealed a high-flow left internal carotid artery (ICA) cavernous fistula with marked cortical venous drainage, retrograde flow to the left ophthalmic veins, and direct communication between the left ICA and dilated cavernous sinus.
She received intra-arterial carboplatin and intravenous cytoxan and etoposide phosphate during a cerebral angiogram while under general anesthetic 23 times.
Cerebral Angiogram. Even though the definitive method for diagnosis of cerebral vasculitis is by cerebral angiogram, it is not recommended or routinely used.
Although vasospasm can only be definitively diagnosed by cerebral angiogram, TCD sonography provides a noninvasive, low-risk assessment tool that can be done at the bedside.
A four vessel cerebral angiogram was performed revealing a large posteriorly-directed right internal carotid/posterior communicating aneurysm; right anterior choroidal aneurysm was also noted.