Tomita, Takashi; Mihara, Hiroshi
April 1972
Angiology;Apr1972, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p228
Academic Journal
1) Consecutive 1.107 patients with central nervous system vascular lesion were studied by means of four vessel angiography in Japan. 2) Complications of this series were rare, 2.8 per cent, mostly from technical failures, death and infection; causes of angiograpbic complication have not occurred. 3) The methods for prevention of cerebral angiographic complications have been discussed. 4) Findings of angiograpby are described; almost fifty per cent of these patients had cerebral arterial sclerosis only. 5) Some differences on finding of cerebral angiography were discovered, between the Japanese, American, and Danish. We have more cases with hemorrhagic diseases, but less cases with occlusive diseases, then the other countries. 6) We found many patients who required the surgical treatment in this series. 7) Shift of basilar artery itself, shift of bifurcation of basilar artery and window formation of vertebral artery with intracranial aneurysm were included in this preliminary report. Presented at the International College of Surgeons, XVI Biennial International Congress, Tokyo, Japan, October 7, 1968.


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