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cerebral angiography

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

The process of producing angiograms of brains. Also called cerebral arteriography.

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Comatose After Cerebral Angiography

Eelco F. M. Wijdicks.

in The Comatose Patient

May 2014; p ublished online May 2014 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology. 740 words.

This case presents comatose after cerebral angiogram. It includes a full discussion and explanation with an emphasis on the mechanism of coma in this particular case, in...

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cerebral angiography

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

The process of producing angiograms of brains. Also called cerebral arteriography.

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Radiation dose associated with cerebral CT angiography and CT perfusion: an experimental phantom study

Akmal Sabarudin, Mohd Zaki Yusof, Mazlyfarina Mohamad and Zhonghua Sun.

in Radiation Protection Dosimetry

December 2014; p ublished online November 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Nuclear Chemistry, Photochemistry, and Radiation. 3018 words.

A study on the radiation dose associated with cerebral CT angiography (CTA) and CT perfusion (CTP) was conducted on an anthropomorphic phantom with the aim of estimating the effective dose (null...

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cerebral angiography n.

Andrew M. Colman.

in A Dictionary of Psychology

January 2008; p ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Psychology. 14 words.

The process of producing angiograms of brains. Also called cerebral arteriography.

cerebral angiography n.

Andrew M. Colman.

in A Dictionary of Psychology

January 2015; p ublished online May 2015 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Psychology. 14 words.

The process of producing *angiograms of brains. Also called cerebral arteriography.

Migraine headache is not associated with cerebral or meningeal vasodilatation—a 3T magnetic resonance angiography study

G. G. Schoonman, J. van der Grond, C. Kortmann, R. J. van der Geest, G. M. Terwindt and M. D. Ferrari.

in Brain

August 2008; p ublished online May 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Neuroscience. 5235 words.

Migraine headache is widely believed to be associated with cerebral or meningeal vasodilatation. Human evidence for this hypothesis is lacking. 3 Tesla magnetic resonance angiography (3T...

Anaesthetic management of total craniopagus twins for magnetic resonance imaging and cerebral angiography

A. Parameswari, M. Vakamudi, V. Raghupathy and R. Siddhartha.

in BJA: British Journal of Anaesthesia

September 2010; p ublished online June 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Anaesthetics. 1476 words.

We describe the anaesthetic management of 4-yr-old total craniopagus twins for radiological investigations. There are some unique anaesthetic problems associated with this condition. These...

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Migraine headache is not associated with cerebral or meningeal vasodilatation—a 3T magnetic resonance angiography study

Antoinette Maassen VanDenBrink, Dirk Jan Duncker and Pramod R. Saxena.

in Brain

June 2009; p ublished online October 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Neuroscience. 850 words.

Reply to: Migraine headache is not associated with cerebral or meningeal vasodilatation—a 3T magnetic resonance angiography study

G. G. Schoonman and M. D. Ferrari.

in Brain

June 2009; p ublished online October 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Neuroscience. 417 words.

cerebral arteriography n.

Andrew M. Colman.

in A Dictionary of Psychology

January 2008; p ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Psychology. 8 words.

Another name for cerebral angiography.

cerebral arteriography n.

Andrew M. Colman.

in A Dictionary of Psychology

January 2015; p ublished online May 2015 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Psychology. 8 words.

Another name for *cerebral angiography.

Neurological investigations

Edited by Sue Woodward and Catheryne Waterhouse.

in Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing

P ublished online August 2010 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience. 4882 words.

Computerized tomography scan - Magnetic resonance imaging - Functional MRI - MR and CT angiography and venography - Positron emission tomography scanning - Single photon emission computed...

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Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome

Ji Y. Chong.

in Cerebrovascular Disease

May 2013; p ublished online November 2013 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology. 461 words.

Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome can cause thunderclap headache, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and stroke. The clinical presentation can be similar to aneurysmal SAH and therefore...

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Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome

Krystle Shafer and Bradley J. Molyneaux.

in Neurocritical Care

October 2018; p ublished online November 2018 .

Chapter. Subjects: Critical Care; Neurology; Anaesthetics. 1159 words.

Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome is a rare disorder that causes acute thunderclap headaches due to reversible cerebral ischemia that results from cerebral arterial...

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Thunderclap Headache

Ji Y. Chong and Michael P. Lerario.

in Cerebrovascular Disease

September 2016; p ublished online November 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology. 473 words.

Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome can cause thunderclap headache, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and stroke. The clinical presentation can be similar to aneurysmal subarachnoid...

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Does anatomical completeness of the circle of Willis correlate with sufficient cross-perfusion during unilateral cerebral perfusion?

Paul P. Urbanski, Aristidis Lenos, Juan C. Blume, Volker Ziegler, Bernd Griewing, Rainer Schmitt, Anno Diegeler and Michael Dinkel.

in European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

March 2008; p ublished online March 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Cardiovascular Medicine; Cardiothoracic Surgery. 3684 words.

Objectives: The aim of the study was to evaluate the role of anatomical completeness of the circle of Willis for sufficient brain perfusion during unilateral cerebral perfusion...

Moyamoya Disease

Christina Brown and Jamie E. Rubin.

in Pediatric Anesthesia: A Problem-Based Learning Approach

October 2018; p ublished online October 2018 .

Chapter. Subjects: Anaesthetics. 5214 words.

Moyamoya is a rare cerebrovascular disorder characterized by progressive stenosis of the large cerebral arteries. Cerebral ischemia is the most common manifestation in the pediatric...

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Eyelid Droopiness and Body Weakness

Luciana Catanese.

in Stroke

April 2016; p ublished online May 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology. 1024 words.

Carotid dissection is the most common cause of ischemic strokes in young adults. Dissection refers to a tear in the vessel wall, which in the case of the internal carotid artery occurs most...

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A painful oculomotor nerve palsy

Vino Siva.

in Challenging Concepts in Neurology

January 2016; p ublished online March 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Clinical Medicine; Neurology. 7923 words.

This case presents the case of a posterior communicating artery (PCom) aneurysm manifesting as a pupil-sparing oculomotor nerve palsy. In addition to the clinical presentation, it reviews...

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Recurring Transient Ischemic Attacks

Morris Levin.

in Emergency Neurology

April 2013; p ublished online November 2013 .

Chapter. Subjects: Neurology. 1004 words.

Chapter 16 presents a case of recurring transient ischemic attacks, and discusses that recurrent transient neurological symptoms are best regarded as a warning for impending cerebral...

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