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[Transfemoralis vertebralis angiographia gerincvelői szövődménye]

GÁTAI György1

JULY 01, 1966

Clinical Neuroscience - 1966;19(07)

[A suspected intracranial aneurysm was suspected and, after repeated carotid angiography, transfemoral catheter vertebral angiography was performed. Contrast medium (60% Urographin) was injected into the subclavian artery. By the next day, an almost complete ridge lesion had developed at C VI level. The patient's condition improved only minimally after six months. According to the author's hypothesis, the cause of the complication was that the contrast material reached the spinal cord accidentally through the radicular artery without sufficient dilution, causing the necrosis known from aortography. ]

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