Peracute Revascularization for the Cases of Major Trunk Occlusion of Major Stroke Type
For the past 7 years, we have accumulated experience of peracute revascularization for the cases of major trunk occlusion of major stroke type. Since we adopted the dynamic CT scan 5 years ago, it became far easier and clearer to decide the indication for surgery in a short period of time.
KeywordsSuperficial Temporal Artery Healthy Side Major Stroke Hemodynamic Pattern Residual Blood Flow
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