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A Clinico-experimental Study On Various Wrapping Materials Of Cerebral Aneurysms

K. Ebina, T. Iwabuchi, S. Suzuki
Published 1984 · Medicine

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SummaryIn this paper, we discuss the results of a systemic study of various materials so far used for wrapping, using the intracranial arteries of 43 mongrel dogs. The findings obtained are:1.Muscle, fascia and dura observed began to show necrotic and absorbable change within 1 to 2 months after operation, suggesting their unreliability.2.Bemsheet was superior in this study in adhesiveness to the vascular wall, highly contributory to constructing a firm reinforced wall by proliferating collagen fibres in the space of stereo-reticular structure of cotton fibre. No change occurred in the cotton fibre itself with the passage of time.3.Lyodura had a poor adhesiveness to the vascular wall with detectable gap; in addition, it showed necrosis and absorption in the bending site.4.Coating with Aron alpha A had a relatively poor adhesiveness to the vascular wall and seemed to crack and disappear with time.
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