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A 67-year-old female was admitted to our hospital because of unconsciousness after severe headache on April 7, 1986. On admission, the patient was semicomatose with anisocoria and absence of light reflex. Computed tomography showed subarachnoidal hemorrhage with intraventricular clots. Right carotid angiogram revealed that the left anterior cerebral artery… (More)
Two rare cases of accessory middle cerebral artery associated with intracranial aneurysm are reported and the pertinent previous literature is reviewed.
Results of open cardiac surgery under deep simple hypothermia in 121 infants with body weight of less than 10 kg are reported. Deep ether anaesthesia combined with large quantities of ganglion blocking agents (triflupromazine 3 mg/kg) constitutes the anaesthetic management of choice for deep surface-induced hypothermia. The mean lowest oesophageal… (More)