Improvement of cerebral blood flow following stereotactic surgery in patients with putaminal haemorrhage

  title={Improvement of cerebral blood flow following stereotactic surgery in patients with putaminal haemorrhage},
  author={Yoshio Tanizaki},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
Changes in cerebral blood flow (CBF) after CT guided stereotactic aspiration of putaminal haematoma were investigated in 13 patients with Xe-133 inhalation and single photon emission computed tomography. The interval from onset to operation ranged from 13 to 82 days (mean 30 days). The mean estimated haematoma volume ranged from 20 to 50 ml (mean 31.9 ml). The percentage of haematoma aspirated ranged from 75 to 98% (mean 86.8%). Postoperative CBF in two thirds of the patients was improved even… CONTINUE READING


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