Experimental Study on Cerebral Venous Circulatory Disturbance
It is well known that the disturbance of cerebral venous circulation, such as resulting from dural sinus thrombosis or occlusion of large cerebral veins or dural sinus during surgery, often leads to brain swelling which causes neurological deficits. However, the pathophysiology of venous circulatory disturbance is poorly understood because of difficulties in making standardized experimental models. In this study, the authors have developed a new experimental model and studied the pathophysiology of cerebral venous circulatory disturbance using this model.
KeywordsMiddle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Cerebral Blood Volume Evans Blue Superior Sagittal Sinus Somatosensory Evoke Potential
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