A clinico-experimental study on various wrapping materials of cerebral aneurysms

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

K. Ebina

2005

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  • 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
  • We discuss the results of a systemic study of various materials so far used for wrapping, using the intracranial arteries of 43 mongrel dogs
  • Lyodura had a poor adhesiveness to the vascular wall with detectable gap; in addition, it showed necrosis and absorption in the bending site

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