Gurdjian, E. S.; Hardy, W. G.; Lindner, D. W.; Thomas, L. M.
February 1964
Angiology;Feb1964, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p88
Academic Journal
Ninety-four eases of carotid exploration and endarterectomy have been analyzed. Although endarterectomy helps reduce recurrent attacks of focal abnormality, in a certain number focal abnormalities may continue to exist. After successful endarterectomy patients still develop infarction, intracerebral hemorrhage and other incapacitating or fatal vascular lesions. Although transient ischemic episodes may frequently be due to stenotic lesions of the carotid bifurcation and the cerebral artery, there are many other causes that result in similar recurrent attacks of focal abnormality. Careful evaluation of these patients may show the way for better management whether the difficulty is in the neck or in the head.


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