Cerebral vasospasm: looking beyond vasoconstriction.


Cerebral vasospasm is an important syndrome that afflicts 30% of patients in the aftermath of, and secondary to, subarachnoid hemorrhage. Starting approximately one week after the hemorrhage, the condition worsens the prognosis of the hemorrhage significantly. Apart from general supportive care, no treatment exists for cerebral vasospasm. During the past 50… (More)


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@article{HansenSchwartz2007CerebralVL, title={Cerebral vasospasm: looking beyond vasoconstriction.}, author={Jacob A Hansen-Schwartz and Peter Vajkoczy and Robert L Macdonald and Ryszard M. Pluta and John Z. H. Zhang}, journal={Trends in pharmacological sciences}, year={2007}, volume={28 6}, pages={252-6} }