Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases

G. Meneghetti, P. Tonin, L. de Zanche, S. Manzoni, A. Saia, K. Pardatscher

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Regional cerebral blood flow determination, following post-angiographic intracarotid injection of 133Xenon, was performed in 11 patients with transient (TIA - RIND) or established (Stroke) cerebrovascular disorders. The regional cerebral perfusion rate of the grey matter was compared with angiographic data. There was a good correlation between angiographic abnormalities and regional cerebral perfusion rate disturbances. The authors emphasize the presence of regional cerebral perfusion rate disturbances (not shown by angiography) even some time after transient ischemic episodes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)303-310
Number of pages8
JournalRivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale
Volume101
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 1980

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Cerebrovascular Circulation
Cerebrovascular Disorders
Regional Blood Flow
Angiography
Perfusion
Stroke
Injections

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Meneghetti, G., Tonin, P., de Zanche, L., Manzoni, S., Saia, A., & Pardatscher, K. (1980). Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases. Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale, 101(6), 303-310.

Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases. / Meneghetti, G.; Tonin, P.; de Zanche, L.; Manzoni, S.; Saia, A.; Pardatscher, K.

In: Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale, Vol. 101, No. 6, 1980, p. 303-310.

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Meneghetti, G, Tonin, P, de Zanche, L, Manzoni, S, Saia, A & Pardatscher, K 1980, 'Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases', Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale, vol. 101, no. 6, pp. 303-310.
Meneghetti G, Tonin P, de Zanche L, Manzoni S, Saia A, Pardatscher K. Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases. Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale. 1980;101(6):303-310.
Meneghetti, G. ; Tonin, P. ; de Zanche, L. ; Manzoni, S. ; Saia, A. ; Pardatscher, K. / Regional cerebral blood flow compared to angiography in ischemic cerebrovascular diseases. In: Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale. 1980 ; Vol. 101, No. 6. pp. 303-310.
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