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a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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It has been suggested that both structural and functional changes in cerebral arteries from SHR rats impair tissue perfusion and also limit the ability of cerebral arteries (particularly small arterioles) to dilate in response to ischemia.
Occlusion of middle Reduce size of cerebral arteries in infarcts.
The EmBlocker uses ultrasonic energy to non-invasively divert emboli flow away from the cerebral arteries in order to reduce the risk of post-operative brain injury.
Stroke due to narrowing or blockage of cerebral arteries
3mm in diameter, passed through a catheter in cerebral arteries during minimally invasive treatment of aneurysms.
Transcranial Doppler ultrasounds, performed several times, revealed high flow velocities in the major cerebral arteries.
discuss the physics and technology of ultrasound, examination, normal and pathological findings in extracranial and intracranial cerebral arteries, cerebral and peripheral veins, and peripheral arteries.
It is also important to remember that posterior circulation terminates in posterior cerebral arteries, and occipital infarcts with resultant visual field deficits are common.
There was no evidence of injury to the middle or anterior cerebral arteries.
Ischemic strokes, due to occlusions of cerebral arteries, have poor prognoses, particularly if the patient presents with severe deficits.
Our experience with the Penumbra System including the Pulse flow restoration device demonstrates that the rapid recanalization of major cerebral arteries is now feasible and may become the stroke treatment of first choice in combination with IV thrombolytics," said Prof.
Cerebral arteries widen, allowing more blood to flow throughout the brain, and massive cerebral swelling can occur.
Angiogram showed bilateral occlusion of the middle and anterior cerebral arteries, with mild stenosis of the left and right common carotid arteries.
Starting at week 12 of a high (2%) CHS diet, de-endothelized mesenteric arteries of different diameter (1000-1500, 500-1000, 250-500, and < 250 [micro]m), and cerebral arteries were obtained every 2 weeks for CHS determination.
The closest differential diagnosis for this condition is bilateral infarction of the posterior cerebral arteries.
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