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Microvascular bypass for cerebral ischemia—an overview, 1966–1976

  • N. Chater
  • P. Weinstein
  • R. Spetzler

Abstract

It is now a decade since Yasargil performed the first superficial-temporal-artery—middle-cerebral-artery (STA-MCA) anastomosis on an experimental animal. This procedure was performed in a dog in the laboratory of R.M.P. Donaghy.(46,47,49) Krayenbuhl had recommended to Yasargil that he spend a year in Donaghy’s laboratory to study microvascular techniques in an attempt to devise a treatment for MCA embolic occlusions. This recommendation was precipitated by the occasional occurrence of embolic strokes following open heart surgery. (22,48)

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Cerebral Ischemia Transient Ischemic Attack Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion Neurological Surgeon Transient Ischemic Attack 
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  • P. Weinstein
  • R. Spetzler

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