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Neurological Monitoring During Endovascular Procedures

  • Steven White
  • Richard Langford
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Abstract

Interventional neuroradiology is relatively safe in most of its applications. However, there is some risk of producing new neurological deficits. These may result from the unintentional occlusion of arterial branches to functional nervous tissue or haemorrhage, either from vessel penetration during the procedure itself or associated with disturbances of regional cerebral haemodynamics.

Keywords

Single Photon Emission Compute Tomography Cerebral Blood Flow Single Photon Emission Compute Tomography Imaging Balloon Occlusion Endovascular Procedure 
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