|Title:||Improving Indirect Revascularization for Effective Treatment of Adult Moyamoya Disease: A Prospective Clinical, Cerebral Angiographic, and Perfusion Study||Authors:||YA-FANG CHEN
|Keywords:||Adult; Cerebrovascular disorder; Moyamoya disease; Revascularization; Stroke||Issue Date:||Nov-2018||Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC||Journal Volume:||119||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||e180-e191||Source:||World neurosurgery||Abstract:||
Indirect revascularization is simple and safe, but it is not commonly used in adult moyamoya disease owing to its unreliable effect. This prospective study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of indirect revascularization in treating adult moyamoya disease after refinement of the surgical technique and perioperative care.
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