Chater, Norman; Spetzler, Robert; Mani, John
March 1975
Angiology;Mar1975, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p235
Academic Journal
Focuses on the indication of cerebrovascular occlusive disease for superficial temporal artery bypass surgery of transitory neurologic deficit and arteriographic evidence of the disease. Types of arteriographic findings in patients; Suggestion of bypass procedure for various clinical and arteriographic situations; Useful method of neurosurgical microvascular baypass for the improvement of collateral blood in occlusive cerebrovascular disease.


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