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Surgery for Cerebral Stroke
Cerebral blood flow (CBF) and cerebrovascular reserve capacity (CRC) were measured by stable xenon computerized tomography (Xe-CT) and acetazolamide test in 22 patients with cerebrovascular disease before and after extracranial-intracranial (EC-IC) bypass surgery for minor stroke, reversible ischemic neurological deficit, or transient ischemic attack. All patients had occlusive lesions of the major arterial trunk that was shown angiographically. The patients were divided into four groupsdoi:10.2335/scs1987.20.2_115 fatcat:moetg6j4w5asrpxsx5hsqxnpca