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Brain vascularization by transplanted omentum

  • M. Gazi Yasargil
  • Yasuhiro Yonekawa
  • Elsa Pfenninger

Abstract

The method of autogenous intracranial transplantation of omentum majus in the dog was previously reported. (4) This was originally conceived as an experimental method for treating hydrocephalus. Brain vascularization by transposition of omentum into the subdural space of animals was also reported. (1) Our purpose here is to show that brain vascularization has now also been observed following transplantation of omentum majus on the brain surface itself.

Keywords

White Matter Carbon Black Brain Surface Subdural Space Venous Cannula 
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    Goldsmith HS, Chen W, Duckett SW: Brain vascularisation by intact omentum. Arch Surg 106:695, 1973PubMedGoogle Scholar
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    Yasargil MG, Yonekawa Y, Denton I, et al: Experimental autogenic transplantation of omentum majus. J Neurosurg 39:213, 1974Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1978

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  • M. Gazi Yasargil
  • Yasuhiro Yonekawa
  • Elsa Pfenninger

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