Get this from a library the neglected cause of stroke occlusion of the smaller intracranial arteries and their diagnosis by cerebral angiography benjamin albert ring. Occlusions of the small intracranial vessels have the unfortunate position of the neglected stepchild in relation to cerebral vascular disease this neglect is reflected in the disappointing diagnostic accuracy of cerebral angiography in this condition despite the tremendous technical developments in the field in the past few years in the reported series of angiographic investigations in . Occlusions of the small intracranial vessels have the unfortunate position of the neglected stepchild in relation to cerebral vascular disease this neglect is reflected in the disappointing . Intracranial atherosclerosis is one of the most common causes of stroke worldwide and is associated with a high risk of recurrent stroke new therapeutic approaches to treat this high risk disease include dual antiplatelet treatment intensive management of risk factors and endovascular therapy. Intracranial artery stenosis overview intracranial stenosis is a narrowing of an artery inside the brain a buildup of plaque atherosclerosis inside the artery wall reduces blood flow to the brain atherosclerosis that is severe enough to cause symptoms carries a high risk of stroke and can lead to brain damage and death
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