Iain R Colquhoun

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Experience with intravenous abciximab to manage thromboembolism during treatment of ruptured intracranial aneurysms is limited. We present our experience in 13 patients. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed all patients with thromboembolic complications during endovascular management of ruptured intracranial aneurysms. Thromboembolic(More)
We report two cases of rare direct cervical vertebro-venous fistula (VVF) presenting with chronic radiculopathy as part of the symptom complex. We describe the MRI and intra-arterial angiography findings before and after successful embolisation. These demonstrate occlusion of the fistula with collapse and thrombosis of the draining extradural venous plexus(More)
In a large series of patients with severe closed head injury, 26 (3.2%) had haematomas of the basal ganglia. It is suggested that such haematomas indicate primary brain damage, being part of the spectrum of lesions that may be seen in diffuse axonal injury. Clinical outcome was found to depend on the pattern of brain damage, notably on the additional(More)
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