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Anterior Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery and Middle Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery Ratios:

Anterior Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery and Middle Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery Ratios: FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY, SECTION OF NEURORADIOLOGY (DR G. S. LODWICK, CHAIRMAN), UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI MEDICAL CENTER, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, U. S. A. ANTERIOR CEREBRAL/INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY AND MIDDLE CEREBRAL/INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY RATIOS by PAUL B. WOLLSCHLAEGER and GERTRAUD WOLLSCHLAEGER During the interpretation of carotid angiograms the problem of whether one is dealing with hypoplastic, spastic, or arteriosclerotic arteries often arises, and it is difficult to define what should be considered an average diameter for a vessel of the circle of Willis, as stated by KIRGIS et colI. With respect to the first category, the pathologist generally defines hypoplasia as a congenital defective formation in which there is incomplete development of an organ or a part. ALPERS and his co-authors remarked that stringlike vessels with a dia­ meter of 1 mm are hypoplastic, but functional. The evaluation of an artery from the standpoint of the diameter of the lumen may be done by measuring the involved vessel. PALLIE & SAMARASINHE have contributed interesting and valuable information from studies of 12 brain specimens. On the other hanel, one might prefer correlations of branching arteries, like TURNER, who reported the results of arterial radius measurements of the vertebral arteries and basilar http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Radiologica. Diagnosis SAGE

Anterior Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery and Middle Cerebral/Internal Carotid Artery Ratios:

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FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY, SECTION OF NEURORADIOLOGY (DR G. S. LODWICK, CHAIRMAN), UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI MEDICAL CENTER, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, U. S. A. ANTERIOR CEREBRAL/INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY AND MIDDLE CEREBRAL/INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY RATIOS by PAUL B. WOLLSCHLAEGER and GERTRAUD WOLLSCHLAEGER During the interpretation of carotid angiograms the problem of whether one is dealing with hypoplastic, spastic, or arteriosclerotic arteries often arises, and it is difficult to define what should be considered an average diameter for a vessel of the circle of Willis, as stated by KIRGIS et colI. With respect to the first category, the pathologist generally defines hypoplasia as a congenital defective formation in which there is incomplete development of an organ or a part. ALPERS and his co-authors remarked that stringlike vessels with a dia­ meter of 1 mm are hypoplastic, but functional. The evaluation of an artery from the standpoint of the diameter of the lumen may be done by measuring the involved vessel. PALLIE & SAMARASINHE have contributed interesting and valuable information from studies of 12 brain specimens. On the other hanel, one might prefer correlations of branching arteries, like TURNER, who reported the results of arterial radius measurements of the vertebral arteries and basilar

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Acta Radiologica. DiagnosisSAGE

Published: Dec 4, 2016

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