Prediction of Postoperative Perfusion Breakthrough During Removal of High-Flow Arteriovenous Malformation
Surgery of large and high-flow arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) encounters the risk of normal perfusion pressure breakthrough syndrome . The phenomenon might occur after removal of large and high-flow AVM and may relate to the abrupt diversion of intracerebral flow direction. However, the precise changes in hemodynamics after clipping the feeders of the AVM remains uncertain.
KeywordsMoyamoya Disease Blood Flow Measurement Cortical Blood Flow Thermocouple Probe Adjacent Cortex
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