Non-invasive qualitative and semiquantitative presurgical investigation of the feeding vasculature to intracranial meningiomas using superselective arterial spin labeling.

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Summary of "Non-invasive qualitative and semiquantitative presurgical investigation of the feeding vasculature to intracranial meningiomas using superselective arterial spin labeling."

Intracranial meningiomas may be amenable to presurgical embolization to reduce bleeding complications. Detailed information usually obtained by digital subtraction angiography (DSA) on the contribution of blood supply from internal and external carotid artery branches is required to prevent non-target embolization and is helpful for pre-surgical planning.


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0215145


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