Is stagnating flow in former feeding arteries an indication of cerebral hypoperfusion after resection of arteriovenous malformations?
- Published Article
Journal of neurosurgery
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 2001
Stagnating flow in former feeding arteries does not cause cortical ischemia, but its presence on angiographic studies is usually indicative of hyperperfusion in the surrounding brain tissue after AVM resection. In the context of the pathophysiology of AVMs extrapolations made from angiographically visible shunt flow to blood flow in the surrounding brain tissue must be regarded with caution.
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