Intradural arteriosynagiosis in pediatric moyamoya disease: modified technique of encephalo–duro–arterio-synangiosis with reduced operative damage to already growing revascularization

@article{Muto2009IntraduralAI,
  title={Intradural arteriosynagiosis in pediatric moyamoya disease: modified technique of encephalo–duro–arterio-synangiosis with reduced operative damage to already growing revascularization},
  author={Jun Muto and Shizuo Oi},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={607-612}
}
Various operative procedures have been described for the treatment of pediatric moyamoya disease. However, the majority of invasive or radical procedures proposed have focused primarily on revascularization and few have discussed to maximizing preservation of the already growing neovascular network. This present procedure describes the supratemporal artery is anastomosed to the inner layer of the dura mater and surrounded by the outer layer as a sandwich with a blunt procedure of dural layer… CONTINUE READING
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