Freezing Arteriovenous Anomalies in the Brain

  • H. A. D. Walder


The present paper will be concerned with the clinical use of low temperatures in arteriovenous lesions in the brain. The experimental stage included freezing, not only of normal vessels but also of vascular lesions, i.e. fusiform and saccular aneurysms of the carotid artery and shunts between the carotid artery and jugular vein in dogs.


Carotid Artery Arteriovenous Malformation Recurrent Hemorrhage Localization Operation Saccular Aneurysm 
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