Pathogenesis of cerebral infarction secondary to mechanical carotid artery occlusion.

  title={Pathogenesis of cerebral infarction secondary to mechanical carotid artery occlusion.},
  author={Alex M. Landolt and Clark H. Millikan},
  volume={1 1},
Pathogenesis of Cerebral Infarction Secondary to Mechanical Carotid Artery Occlusion • The immediate postoperative cerebral complications of 65 carotid occlusions were evaluated. The occlusions were done in all but one case for intracranial saccular aneurysms and were performed by either direct ligation (quick type) or slow turning down of a Silverstone clamp or similar device (slow occlusion). Cerebral complications occurred in 21 patients. The quick type of occlusion of the artery resulted in… CONTINUE READING


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