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Microsurgical anastomosis for cerebral ischemia in ninety patients

  • T. F. Mérei
  • M. Bodosi

Abstract

To prevent cerebrovascular insufficiency resulting from stenosis or occlusion of the carotid or middle cerebral artery (MCA) if they have no adequate collateral circulation, a new, effective collateral vascular pathway was first used in 1967 by Donaghy and Yasargil and was termed STA-MCA anastomosis.(4).

Keywords

Cerebral Ischemia Middle Cerebral Artery Sylvian Fissure Middle Cerebral Artery Territory Cerebrovascular Insufficiency 
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  • T. F. Mérei
  • M. Bodosi

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