Journal «Angiology and Vascular Surgery» • 

2016 • VOLUME 22 • №1

Operations of revascularization in surgery of cerebrovascular aneurysms

Krylov V.V., Lemenev V.L., Dashyan V.G., Lukyanchikov V.A., Tokarev A.S., Nakhabin O.Yu., Polunina N.A., Senko I.V., Dalibaldyan V.A., Grigorieva E.V., Klimov A.B., Ryabukhin V.E.

Scientific Research Institute of Emergency Medical Care named after N.V. Sklifosovsky, Moscow, Russia

Surgical revascularization of the brain is one of the most important trends in the development of neurosurgery. Restoration of adequate blood flow through pre- and intracerebral arteries promotes prevention and treatment of ischaemic lesions of the brain in various pathology. The present work was aimed at analysing the experience gained in performing revascularizing operations in patients with cerebral aneurysms at the department of neurosurgery.

The authors analysed therapeutic outcomes in a total of 45 patients presenting with giant and complex aneurysms of cerebral arteries and treated from 2009 to 2014.

Of the 45 patients with giant and complex aneurysms of cerebral arteries, 31 (68.8%) patients underwent open microsurgical interventions (including 10 patients with the use of different variants of revascularizing operation) and 14 (31.2%) patients were subjected to endovascular exclusion of the aneurysm from the blood flow.

It was shown that performing revascularizing operations in patients with complex and giant aneurysms of cerebral arteries makes it possible to compensate circulation in the interested arterial basin and to obtain good functional results.

KEY WORDS: cerebral artery aneurysm, giant and complex aneurysms, revascularizing operation, extra-intracranial anastomosis.

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