Perianeurysmal edema in giant intracranial aneurysms in relation to aneurysm location, size, and partial thrombosis.

@article{Dengler2015PerianeurysmalEI,
  title={Perianeurysmal edema in giant intracranial aneurysms in relation to aneurysm location, size, and partial thrombosis.},
  author={Julius Dengler Dengler and Nicolai Maldaner and Philippe Bijlenga and Jan-Karl Burkhardt and Alexander Graewe and Susanne Guhl and Bujung Hong and Christian Hohaus and Adisa Kur{\vs}umovi{\'c} and Dorothee Mielke and Karl-Michael Schebesch and Maria Wostrack and Daniel A. Rufenacht and Peter Vajkoczy and Nils Schmidt},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={123 2},
  pages={446-52}
}
OBJECT The underlying mechanisms causing intracranial perianeurysmal edema (PAE) are still poorly understood. Since PAE is most frequently observed in giant intracranial aneurysms (GIAs), the authors designed a study to examine the occurrence of PAE in relation to the location, size, and partial thrombosis (PT) of GIAs along with the clinical impact of PAE. METHODS Magnetic resonance imaging data for patients with a diagnosis of unruptured GIA from the international multicenter Giant… CONTINUE READING

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