Imaging Inflammation in Cerebrovascular Disease.

Abstract

Imaging inflammation in large intracranial artery pathology may play an important role in the diagnosis of and risk stratification for a variety of cerebrovascular diseases. Looking beyond the lumen has already generated widespread excitement in the stroke community, and the potential to unveil molecular processes in the vessel wall is a natural evolution to develop a more comprehensive understanding of the pathogenesis of diseases, such as ICAD and brain aneurysms.

DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.115.008229

Cite this paper

@article{Gounis2015ImagingII, title={Imaging Inflammation in Cerebrovascular Disease.}, author={Matthew J. Gounis and Kajo van der Marel and Miklos G Marosfoi and Mary L . Mazzanti and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Clarençon and Ju-Yu Chueh and Ajit S . Puri and Alexei A . Bogdanov}, journal={Stroke}, year={2015}, volume={46 10}, pages={2991-7} }