cerebral angiography


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cerebral angiography

A diagnostic method of examining the blood vessels of the brain using X-rays and an opaque solution passed through a catheter.
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Cerebral angiography remains the gold standard in the diagnosis of vasospasm, but it is not without complications.
Hence, awareness and recognition of the syndrome is important to make a rapid diagnosis and avoid aggressive interventions such as brain biopsy and cerebral angiography.
5,6,17,28] Initial diagnosis is made on the basis of signs and symptoms and the exclusion of other sequela with definitive diagnosis by cerebral angiography.
Cerebral angiography was performed to evaluate three-dimensional (3D) morphologic features of the aneurysm and parent vessel, and the size of the PCoA.
Cerebral angiography showed two aneurysms, one at the right posterior communicating artery (PCOM) and one at the left posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA).
Cerebral angiography was performed, and an intracranial dAVF was found in the superior petrosal sinus with perimedullary drainage [Figure 1]f and [Figure 1]g.
Cerebral angiography revealed a dissection at the right ACA between the A1 and A2 segments (Figure 3).
Conventional cerebral angiography is invasive and not commonly used for diagnosing CVT as CT and MR venography are safer diagnostic options.
The radiological diagnosis of cerebral venous angioma: cerebral angiography and computed tomography.
Objective: To compare complications of cerebral angiography among patients with and without subarachnoid haemorrhage.
The global acute ischemic stroke diagnosis and treatment market segmentation is based on diagnostics type (computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, cerebral angiography, nuclear imaging), and surgery types (carotid endarterectomy, angioplasty, endovascular mechanical thrombectomy).
Chapter cerebral angiography, normal anatomy, and vascular pathology.