Doppler color flow imaging of common carotid artery dissection

Neuroradiology
W SteinkeM Hennerici

Abstract

Sonographic findings are reported in a case of common carotid artery dissection assessed by Doppler color flow imaging and confirmed by angiography. Advantages and clinical relevance of this new ultrasound method for this diagnosis are discussed.

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Jan 1, 1990·Neuroradiology·W SteinkeM Hennerici
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Jan 13, 1999·Radiologic Clinics of North America·W E Lieb
Aug 15, 2003·Southern Medical Journal·Andrew R XavierRohit Bakshi
Sep 21, 2010·Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases : the Official Journal of National Stroke Association·Victor ZachJesse M Weinberger
May 1, 1994·Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation·W SteinkeM Hennerici
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Feb 1, 1996·Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation·E Bartels, K A Flügel
Jan 1, 1990·Neuroradiology·W SteinkeM Hennerici

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