WHAT ARE CERVICAL STENOSIS & MYELOPATHY? The cervical spine (neck) is made up of a series of connected bones called vertebrae. The bones protect the spinal canal that runs through the vertebrae and carries the spinal cord.
Frequency and Significance ofa Small Distal ICAinCarotid Artery Stenosis JamesE. Dix, Brian J. McNulty, and David F. Kallmes PURPOSE: Accurate calculation of the percentage of stenosis is crucial for identifying candidates for endarterectomy.
197 Duplex Sonography of the Carotid Arteries inPatients with Isolated Aortic Stenosis: Imaging Findings and Relation to Severity of Stenosis.I*; *.:*--MaryK.
WHAT IS LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS? The vertebrae are the bones that make up the lumbar spine (low back). The spinal canal runs through the vertebrae and contains the nerves supplying sensation and strength to the legs.
The vertebrae are the bones that make up the lumbar spine (low back). The spinal canal runs through the vertebrae and contains the nerves supplying sensation and strength to the legs.
1744 AJNRAmJNeuroradiol 21:1744-1749, October 2000 Case Report Primary Stenting for High-grade Basilar Artery Stenosis ConstantineC. Phatouros, James E. Lefler, Randall T. Higashida, Philip M. Meyers, Adel M. Malek, ChristopherF.
Duplex Scanning Exploration of the Ophthalmic Artery for the Detection of the Hemodynamically Significant ICA Stenosis G. Nuzzaci, MD D. Righi, MD; F. Borgioli, MD; I. Nuzzaci, MD; G. Giannico, MD; C. Pratesi, MD;
154 THE JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY F. Postacchini, MD, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Clinica Ortopedica Policlinico, University of Modena, Largo del Pozzo
2100 Gateway Centre Blvd, Suite 310 Morrisville, NC 27560 (919)861-5574 www.asecho.org Aortic Stenosis 1. Classification a. Valvular b. Subvalvular c. Supravalvular 2.
case report july. august 2008 211 www.lejacq.com ID:7750 C alcific aortic stenosis is common in the elderly population and, once symptomatic, carries a very poor prognosis. 1 Aortic valve replacement (AVR) surgery has a significant positive impact on prognosis, yet many patients are denied ...