Features of the cerebral vascular pattern that predict vulnerability to perfusion or oxygenation deficiency: an anatomic study.

@article{Moody1990FeaturesOT,
  title={Features of the cerebral vascular pattern that predict vulnerability to perfusion or oxygenation deficiency: an anatomic study.},
  author={Dixon M. Moody and M. Adeline Bell and Venkat R Challa},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={431-9}
}
In an ongoing study of brain microvasculature in humans at autopsy, we had the opportunity to analyze the overall scheme of this vascular supply. The native endothelial membrane enzyme, alkaline phosphatase, is used to precipitate black lead sulfide salt in the vessel wall, rendering the brain microvasculature visible by both light microscopy and microradiography. There are six distinct patterns of intraparenchymal afferent blood supply to the supratentorial brain: short arterioles from a… CONTINUE READING
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