Cervical-to-petrous internal carotid artery saphenous vein in situ bypass for the treatment of a high cervical dissecting aneurysm: technical case report.

@article{Candon1996CervicaltopetrousIC,
  title={Cervical-to-petrous internal carotid artery saphenous vein in situ bypass for the treatment of a high cervical dissecting aneurysm: technical case report.},
  author={Emmanuel Candon and Charles-Henri Marty-An{\'e} and P. Pieuchot and Philippe Frerebeau},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={863-6}
}
OBJECTIVE AND IMPORTANCE We describe a novel cervical-to-petrous internal carotid artery (ICA) saphenous vein in situ bypass for the treatment of a high cervical dissecting aneurysm. The cervical ICA has no major collateral branches and can be used as a tunnel for the vein graft. CLINICAL PRESENTATIONS A 25-year-old man was involved in a car accident. A… CONTINUE READING