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Surgical Treatment of Carotid-Cavernous Fistula and Intracranial Dural Arteriovenous Malformations

Kim GK

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):101-104.
Dural arteriovenous malformations(DAVM) or Dural Arteriovenous fistulas(DAVF) consists of multiple arteriovenous shunt between arteries and a dural venous sinuses or a meningeal vein, constitute 10% to 15% of all intracranial...
Radiosurgical Treatment of Cerebrovascular Malformations

Lim YJ

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):92-100.
The application of stereotactic radiosurgery for cerebrovascular malformations began in the early 1970s. Despite pooly documented response of vascular malformations to externally fractionated radiotherapy, single fraction, high dose, small-field, focused...
Endovascular Treatment of Cerebral Vascular Malformations

Baik MW

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):88-91.
The goals of embolization of arteriovenous malformations(AVMs) is to reduce the size and decrease the anomalous flow of the vascular malformation to reduce the risk of hemorrhage, so that the...
Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial AVM

Hyodo A, Nakai Y, Matsumaru , Kato N, Nose T, Harakuni T, Tsurushima H, Saito A, Yoshii Y

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):82-87.
Since 1983, we have experienced endovascular treatment of intracranial AVMs.2)3) Superselective catheterization of feeding artery, embolization or feeding artery occlusion of the cerebral AVMs have been performed for 73 cases...
Management of Intracranial Cavernous Malformations

Huh SK

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):75-81.
Cavernous malformation(CM) is one of the most common intracranial vascular anomaly. CM have dynamic lesion behavior and various clinical spectrum. Hemorrhagic risk and neurological disability seem to be related to...
Surgical Management of Large Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformation

Yim MB

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):64-74.
OBJECTS: The surgical management of large cerebral arteriovenous malformation(AVM) is still one of the most difficult fields in neurosurgery. To select the proper candiate for the surgery and improve the...
Management of Intracranial Small AVM

Han DH, Choe WJ, Kwon OK

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):56-63.
For the management of small intracranial arteriovenous malformation(AVM), various methods were proposed and their clinical outcomes have been analyzed. Microsurgery, radiosurgery, and embolization can be effective for the treatment of...
Endovascular Treatment of Posterior Circulation Aneurysms

Kwon Y

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):53-55.
Posterior circulation aneurysm is difficult to treat because surgical approach is time consuming procedure and the risk of postoperative morbidity is still high due to the infarction as the result...
Endovascular Treatment of Cerebral Aneurysms

Nemoto S

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):50-52.
No Abstract Available.
Management of Traumatic Cerebral Aneurysms

Choi BY

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):43-49.
Owing to their rarity and the preferential use of CT scanning in the evaluation of trauma cases, the diagnosis of traumatic aneurysms is usually missed. Because the lesion are mostly...
Management of Dissecting Aneurysm of Cervicocephalic Carotid and Vertebral Artery

Kim DS, You DS, Huh PW, Cho KS, Kang JK

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):39-42.
The pathogenesis of spontaneous cervicocephalic arterial dissection is still incompletely understood. The clinical presentation of the arterial dissection depends on the plane where the dissection occurred in the arterial wall....
Management of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms

Ahn JS, Kwun BD

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):33-38.
The morbidity and mortality rates of the patients who survive initial aneurysm rupture were disconcertingly high. So the best results of treating intracranial aneurysms can be achieved with treating aneurysm...
Management of The Poor Grade Aneurysm Patient

Shin YS, Lee KC

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):28-32.
Patients who suffer a severe aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage(SAH) and who have arrived in the emergency room with devastated neurological or medical condition by this event are categorized as poor grade(Grade...
Intracranial Giant Aneurysms

Kim HD

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):17-27.
Intracranial giant aneurysms(GANs), approximately 5% of all intracranial aneurysms, represent a subgroup of diverse intracranial artery aneurysms(ANs) with a maximum sac diameter reaching or exceeding 25 mm. This size has...
Management of Cerebral Aneurysms in Elderly Patientsc

Sim JH

  • Korean J Cerebrovasc Dis.
  • 1999 Mar;1(1):7-16.
In many countries, the percentage of seninor citizens is expanding. Direct operation for ruptured aneurysm should be the choice of treatment in elderly patients of Hunt-Hess grade I through III,...

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