Raskind, Robert; Doria, Alberto
June 1968
Angiology;Jun1968, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p326
Academic Journal
The article presents a long-term follow-up study of intracranial aneurysms treated by cervical carotid artery ligation. The study examined whether carotid ligation offers worthwhile protection against recurrent hemorrhage. A number of researchers have contended that if a common carotid artery is occluded, collateral circulation to the brain will be supplied by flow of blood into the corresponding internal carotid from the ipsilateral external carotid, the latter receiving its blood from anastomosis with branches of the contralateral external carotid.


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