Neurological morbidity of arch and carotid arteriography in cerebrovascular disease. The influence of contrast medium and radiologist.

@article{McIVOR1987NeurologicalMO,
  title={Neurological morbidity of arch and carotid arteriography in cerebrovascular disease. The influence of contrast medium and radiologist.},
  author={J W McIVOR and T J Steiner and G. David Perkin and Roger M. Greenhalgh and F. Clifford Rose},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={60 710},
  pages={117-22}
}
A prospective study of 230 arch and carotid arteriograms in 229 patients with symptomatic cerebrovascular disease revealed that neurological morbidity was not significantly affected by patient age, nature of neurological symptoms, duration of procedure, volume of contrast medium or degree of arterial stenosis. The total neurological morbidity of 132 examinations carried out with non-ionic contrast medium (iohexol) was slightly lower than that of 98 examinations carried out with ionic contrast… CONTINUE READING

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