By Keiji Sano M.D., D.M.Sc., F.A.C.S. (Hon.), Takao Asano M.D., D.M.Sc., Akira Tamura M.D., D.M.Sc. (auth.)
During fresh years, significant advances in surgical ideas, diagnostic tools, anesthesia and adjunctive therapy within the care of sufferers with subarachnoid hemorrhage were accomplished. however, the final consequence of sufferers with SAH can't be considered as passable. the 1st a part of the ebook concentrates at the pathogenetic mechanisms underlying vasospasm and edema, the central explanations of negative consequence. contemporary growth within the box of membrane lipid metabolism has allowed the matter to be approached from a completely new viewpoint. the potential participation of unfastened radicals, membrane lipids and eicosanoids is punctiliously mentioned. the second one half positive factors the issues of useful administration of SAH sufferers. Timing and indication of surgical procedure of aneurysms and the surgical recommendations are defined in detail.
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1977), using sracer methods employing radioactive oxygen-15, showed a significant increase in the cerebral blood volume (CBV) (to 58% above normal) in parients with severe neurological deficits associated with severe vasospasm. This large increase in CBV was considered to suggest that cerebral vasospasm consists of constriction of the large, radiographically visible extraparenchymal vessels accompanied by a massive dila- 37 tation of intraparenchymal vessels. Their study for the first time demonstrated the importance of intraparenchymal vessels in the pathophysiology of cerebral vasospasm.
It is noteworthy that in the report of Dougherty et al. ( 1981 ), two SAH patients who bacame vegetative soon after the onset of SAH and remained so until death were included. Neuropathological findings of these two patients were similar to those of others. Assuming that these brains retained the acute brain damage directly incurred by SAH, it seems probable that the brain damage underlying AINDs is of a similar pattern to those of other ischemic insults. This surmise is in harmony with preceding autopsy reports which showed the existence of patchy, widespread foci of cortical and ganglionic necrosis in the brains of patients dying from SAH (Falconer 1954, Tomlinson 1959, Birse and Tom 1960, Smith 1963, Crompton 1964 a).
Fhe above study of Fisher et al. for the first time separated the neurological deficits of the first 3 days from the 35 deficits that developed later, and succeeded in demonstrating the temporal relationship between vasospasm and DINDs. The correlation between the two has been more and more reinforced by studies adopting computerized tomographic scanning (CT scan). 2. CT and Vasospasm Needless to say, the diagnosis of intracranial lesions has greatly advanced since the advent of CT. Especially, clinical management of SAH has been much improved because the nature of underlying lesions such as intracerebral or subarachnoid clot, acute hydrocephalus, brain edema and infarction, and occasionally the aneurysm, are easily discernible on CT scans (Paxton and Ambrose 1974, New and Scott 1975, Pressman et al.
Acute Aneurysm Surgery: Pathophysiology and Management by Keiji Sano M.D., D.M.Sc., F.A.C.S. (Hon.), Takao Asano M.D., D.M.Sc., Akira Tamura M.D., D.M.Sc. (auth.)