Preoperatively reduced cerebrovascular contractile reactivity to hypocapnia by hyperventilation is associated with cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome after arterial bypass surgery for adult patients with cerebral misery perfusion due to ischemic moyamoya disease.

@article{Sato2018PreoperativelyRC,
  title={Preoperatively reduced cerebrovascular contractile reactivity to hypocapnia by hyperventilation is associated with cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome after arterial bypass surgery for adult patients with cerebral misery perfusion due to ischemic moyamoya disease.},
  author={Shinpei Sato and Daigo Kojima and Yasuyoshi Shimada and Jun Yoshida and Kentaro Fujimato and Shunrou Fujiwara and Masakazu Kobayashi and Yoshitaka Kubo and Kenji Yoshida and Kazunori Terasaki and Shouta Tsutsui and Kenya Miyoshi and Kuniaki Ogasawara},
  journal={Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism},
  year={2018},
  volume={38 6},
  pages={
          1021-1031
        }
}
The present study examined whether preoperatively reduced cerebrovascular contractile reactivity to hypocapnia by hyperventilation is associated with development of cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome after arterial bypass surgery for adult patients with cerebral misery perfusion due to ischemic moyamoya disease. Among 65 adult patients with ischemic moyamoya… CONTINUE READING