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Cervical carotid artery vasospasm during cerebral angiography

On the other hand, extracranial Internal Carotid artery vasospasm is rare, and it can occur as a result of mechanical manipulation during cerebral angiography. To investigate potential risk factors, we report a case of cervical artery vasospasm during diagnostic cerebral angiography, which caused anterior cerebral artery territory hypoperfusion. Description of the case: Detailed description: Frontal periventricular venous anomaly was found in a 22-year-old female with a ten-year history of epilepsy on various medications. Additional steps were taken during the procedure, including instruments being sterilized with CIDEX u00ae OPA Solution, the reuse of the catheters more than three times, and the cold temperature of normal saline used in the flushing process. To avoid the vaping of vaping, the catheter was transferred to a more convenient location in the extracranial ICA. Extracranial ICA vasospasm may result from chemical reaction from the sterilizing agent and reuse of the catheters.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/c0b9fccd46414cf3b22829eec2bcfed6


Optimization of the Maximum Skin Dose Measurement Technique Using Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine—Radiation Dose Structured Report Data for Patients Undergoing Cerebral Angiography

In this research, we invented a device for using digital imaging and communication in medicine,u2014radiation dose standardized report results to accurately determine the maximum skin dose at the patient entry reference point. We calculated the mean ratio of the maximum skin dose obtained from experiments with radio-photoluminescence glass dosimeters to the Total K a,r as the conversion factor, CF Ka,constant, and compared the accuracy of the estimated maximum skin dose obtained from multiplying Total K a,r by the functional conversion factor CF Ka,function, using a test set.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/diagnostics11010014


Cervical carotid artery vasospasm during cerebral angiography

On the other hand, extracranial Internal carotid artery vasospasm is rare, and it could occur as a result of mechanical manipulation during cerebral angiography. To explore potential risk factors, we present a case of cervical carotid artery vasospasm during diagnostic cerebral angiography, which caused anterior cerebral artery hypoperfusion. Description of the case: The 22-year-old female with a ten-year history of epilepsy on various medications showed frontal periventricular venous anomaly. In the procedure, additional steps were taken, including instrument sterilization of the catheters more than twice or triple times, as well as the cold temperature of normal saline used in the flushing process. To reduce the vaping, the catheter was removed from a more proximal position in the extracranial ICA. Extracranial ICA vasospasm may result from chemical reactions from the sterilizing agent and reuse of catheters.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/fe7986e5f3364f4ebd1a782a5683c0c5

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