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Cerebral ischaemia and intracranial haemorrhage are the major catastrophic events in the natural course of moyamoya disease. To prevent cerebral ischaemia extracranial/intracranial (EC/IC) bypass surgery has been done and the results of the surgery have been well documented. However, the mechanism(s) underlying intracranial bleeding and the therapeutic(More)
The incidence and causes of peri-operative haemodynamic complications in adult Moyamoya disease were examined by reviewing 55 surgically treated adult patients. Ninety-nine craniotomies were performed in these patients, and eight peri-operative complications (four infarctions, two haemorrhagic infarctions and two reversible ischaemic neurological deficits(More)
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