Hematologic Considerations in Cerebrovascular Surgery

  • Charles A. OwenJr.
  • E. J. Walter Bowie

Abstract

Surgical management of patients with cerebrovascular disease requires an appreciation of the normal mechanism of coagulation and clot lysis. This chapter provides the basis for understanding the pathologic processes involved in cerebral thromboembolism and its treatment with antiplatelet aggregating agents and anticoagulants. It establishes the rationale for antifibrinolytic treatment of aneurysms and provides an insight into the assessment of the coagulopathies encountered in some patients with intracranial hemorrhage. It also describes the perioperative hematologic problems common to all types of surgery, but which may be accentuated in cerebrovascular surgical patients who are given anticoagulants prior to, during or after operation.

Keywords

Prostaglandin Meningitis Thrombocytopenia Dextran Amyloidosis 

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