Vascular Hemodynamic Response to Meningitis
Vascular stenoses in the large basal cerebral vessels in the presence of tuberculous meningitis were first recognized in angiography by Greitz in 1964 . The angiographic picture of the changes in the vessel lumen of both large and small cerebral vessels was described not only in the case of tuberculous meningitis, but also in purulent meningitis [43, 44, 58, 90, 113, 114, 126]. Pathomorphological findings of these vascular stenoses have been studied by several investigators [38, 44, 72, 178, 211].
KeywordsBlood Flow Velocity Tuberculous Meningitis Dural Fistula Vessel Narrowing Chronic Meningitis
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