Circle of Willis blood velocity and flow direction after common carotid artery ligation for neonatal extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.

@article{Raju1989CircleOW,
  title={Circle of Willis blood velocity and flow direction after common carotid artery ligation for neonatal extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.},
  author={Tonse N.K. Raju and Soo Young Kim and Janet L Meller and Ganga Srinivasan and Vivek Ghai and Hugo Reyes},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={1989},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={343-7}
}
The velocity and direction of blood flow in the circle of Willis arteries were measured in three infants who underwent right common carotid artery ligation for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation treatment. Within 15 minutes of common carotid artery ligation, blood flow was detected in one infant's right middle cerebral artery; however, the velocity was reduced to 50% of the preextracorporeal membrane oxygenation level. The velocity remained 50% to 70% lower than normal during the 88 hours of… CONTINUE READING

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Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
By 2 to 10 weeks after weaning from extracorporeal membrane oxygenation , the velocities in the left cerebral arteries were increased to 116% to 217% of the corresponding right cerebral vessels .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
Following common carotid artery ligation , a retrograde direction of flow was noted in the first ( A1 ) segment of the right anterior cerebral artery and in the right posterior communicating artery , whereas the direction of flow was normal in the corresponding vessels on the left .
By 2 to 10 weeks after weaning from extracorporeal membrane oxygenation , the velocities in the left cerebral arteries were increased to 116% to 217% of the corresponding right cerebral vessels .
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