Santosh Dias

Learn More
The rat double-SAH model is one of the standard models to simulate delayed cerebral vasospasm (CVS) in humans. However, the proof of delayed ischemic brain damage is missing so far. Our objective was, therefore, to determine histological changes in correlation with the development of symptomatic and perfusion weighted imaging (PWI) proven CVS in this animal(More)
OBJECTIVE Delayed ischemic brain tissue damage in the time course of cerebral vasospasm in the rat double-subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) model has been described before. However, in order to enhance hemodynamic insufficiency during cerebral vasospasm (CVS), we performed-in a modification to the standard double-hemorrhage model-an additional unilateral common(More)
  • 1