Surgical Management of Deep-Seated Cerebrovascular Lesions by Means of Temporary Vascular Occlusion Using Sendai Cocktail
In surgery of deep-seated arterio-venous malformation or basilar giant aneurysm, the surgeon should be fully aware of the fact that the bleeding of inaccessible vessels or aneurysms is sometimes inevitable. Consequently, prior to dissection of the arterio-venous malformation and aneurysm, at least feeding arteries must be occluded.
KeywordsBasilar Artery Balloon Catheter Ischemic Insult Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Temporary Occlusion
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