Abstracts

2010 Cerebrovascular Diseases  
Transcranial Dopplerography (TCD) is well known technique based on the recording of the ultrasound waves reflection from cerebral blood flow with pulse-wave Doppler technology to record velocities in intracranial blood vessels in real-time regime. The accuracy of TCD method is enhanced compared to TCCD -combined real-time ultrasound imaging with color coded Doppler signal to display the arterial anatomy and show the flow direction which made the latest method superior for the examination of
more » ... bral circulation. TCD is preferable cost-effective bed-site technique for the monitoring of cerebral flow velocity changes in cases of stroke, transitory ischemic attacks, post Cerebrovasc Dis 2010;29(suppl 1):1-66 Spontaneous cervical artery dissections (sCADs) are among the most frequent causes of stroke in the young. With the help of today's imaging machinery, dissections can reliably be diagnosed. Their pathogenesis remains obscure. Modern diagnostic approaches should preferably make use of magnetic resonance Prince Objectives: Real-time ultrasound perfusion imaging (rt-UPI) is a non-invasive bedside method to evaluate perfusion of brain tissue. We hypothesized that the severity of the perfu- P14 Atherosclerosis in Young Migraineurs: An Ultrasonographic Study Objectives: Migraine is a risk factor for stroke and one of the suggested mechanisms is acceleration of atherosclerosis. The first morphological atherosclerotic alteration that can be detected by Numbers refer to Abstract numbers Fax ϩ41 61 306 12 34 E-Mail karger@karger.ch www.karger.com
doi:10.1159/000315331 fatcat:hr65yin5bjhedcujexbhd7ygfm