1 edition of Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James Wardrop|
|Contributions||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p.,  leaf of plate :|
|Number of Pages||10|
I am posting to hear from others with internal carotid artery aneurysm and what treatment, if any the doctors recommended. I was having a CT scan for another reason and an aneurysm was discovered. Immediately had consults with neurology and neurosurgery and it was decided that it did not need immediate attention except taking a baby aspirin daily. Extracranial carotid artery aneurysm (ECAA) is an uncommon type of aneurysm, accounting for –4% of all peripheral artery aneurysms (1–3). Atherosclerosis is considered to be the primary cause of aneurysm formation. In addition, dysplastic, traumatic or infectious lesions, neck irradiation and other factors are infrequently reported (4–6Cited by: 2.
J. Wardrop, “Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour,” Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, vol. 13, part 1, Cited by: 3. ] J. Wardrop, Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour, Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, vol., part, pp..,. [ ] M. Komiyama, M. Nishikawa, S. Kitano et al., Non-traumatic arteriovenous stulas of the scalp treated by a combination of embolization and surgical removal, Neurologia Medico-Chir-.
METHODS: Twenty-five internal carotid artery (ICA) aneurysms in 24 patients were successfully treated by using a Jostent coronary stent graft deployed in the parent artery across the aneurysm neck. All except four aneurysms were extradural, located in the petrous or Cited by: The syndrome of glossopharyngeal pain and/or syncope mimicking idiopathic glossopharyngeal neuralgia has been reported to be associated with a variety of intracranial or extracranial conditions1 including mass lesions in the parapharyngeal space,2,3 the elongated styloid process,4 and multiple sclerosis.5 However, aneurysm of the cervical portion of the internal carotid artery Cited by: 8.
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Case of Carotid Aneurism, successfully treated by tying the Artery Above the Aneurismal TumourCited by: 4. AND: Case of Carotid Aneurism Successfully Treated by Tying the Artery Above the Aneurismal Tumor. Case of Axillary Aneurism Successfully Treated by Tying the Subclavian Artery Author: James.
Key, Charles Aston. ALSO: Wardrop. Case of Carotid Aneurism, successfully treated by tying the Artery Above the Aneurismal Tumour. Author links Case of carotid aneurism overlay panel. The Lancet CAROTID ANEURISM.
Case of Aneurism at the Root of the Carotid Artery, successfully treated by tying the Artery above the Aneurismal Tumour. By JAMES LAMBERT, Esq.
Surgeon, Walworth. On a large Aneurism of the Aorta, Innominate, Subclavian, and Carotid Arteries, treated successfully by Double Distal Ligature.
Title(s): Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour/ by James Wardrop. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: G.
Woodfall, Case of Carotid Aneurism, successfully treated by tying the Artery Above the Aneurismal TumourAuthor: James Wardrop.
The Lancet CASE OF ANEURISM OF THE INNOMINATA, SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY TYING THE CAROTID ARTERY (Communicated in a letter to Mr. WARDROP, Surgeon to the King.) Dr.
Mott Professor of Surgery, at New York Valentine Mott M.D. Professor of by: 6. The reports of the cases of aneurism, treated on the principle of tying the artery on the distal side of the tumour, have now been translated from THE LANCET into the French, German, and Italian journals; and the interesting discussions and comments to which they have given zise, afford ample testimony of the value with which they have been regarded by foreign : James Wardkop.
Carotid artery rupture is fortunately an uncommon complication of head and neck cancer treatment. Eleven episodes of carotid artery rupture following irradiation and major head and neck resection. No tumour is per- ceptible in the situation of the aneurism, but an unnatural feeling of hardness can be perceived at the root of the neck, imme- diately above the sternum, arising, no doubt, from a condensation of the aneurismal tumour.
The right carotid artery still pulsates, although not so strongly as the left; its pulsation corresponds with that of the heart, but its branch, the temporal artery, affords Cited by: 1. Originally published as Vol Issue Volume 8, Issueselect article CONTINUATION OF THE CASE OF CAROTID ANEURISM: Successfully treated by tying the Artery above the Aneurismal Tumour CONTINUATION OF THE CASE OF CAROTID ANEURISM: Successfully treated by tying the Artery above the Aneurismal Tumour.
James Lambert. Pages. Case of Carotid Aneurism, successfully treated by tying the Artery Above the Aneurismal Tumour. Wardrop J. Med Chir Trans, 13(pt 1), 01 Jan Cited by: 1 article | PMID: | PMCID: PMC Free to read. Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour.
Offprint from: Medico-chirurgical Transactions London: G. Woodfall, 8 o. Disbound. FIRST SEPARATE ISSUE. Garrison-Morton ; Norman -- BUERGER, Leo (). CONTINUATION OF THE CASE OF CAROTID ANEURISM, Successfully treated by tying the Artery above the Aneurismal TumourCited by: 3. Common carotid artery (CCA) pseudoaneurysms are rare and potentially lethal, and adequate treatment is warranted in order to prevent rupture or neurologic sequelae.
The causes of CCA pseudoaneurysm include blunt or penetrating trauma, infection, and vasculitis, as well as iatrogenic and unknown causes. Previously, surgery was the standard treatment for by: 8.
Aneurysms were isolated to the common carotid artery in six (%), internal carotid artery in ﬁve (%), and carotid bifurcation in three (%). Five patients underwent aneurysmectomy with primary repair, seven underwent repair with an interposition graft, one required an innominate to common carotid artery.
Wardrop J. Case of carotid aneurism, successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumour. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions. ; 13 (part 1)–Cited by: 3. In a series of 32 surgical cases of carotid-ophthalmic artery aneurysm, seven of the lesions were located in the “carotid cave.” This special type of aneurysm is usually small and projects medially on the anteroposterior view of the by: used to diagnose aneurysms, in this case duplex ultrasound was sufficient to measure the size of aneurysm and identify mural thrombus as the source of emboli.
Proper imaging technique is necessary for pre-operative planning since surgery is the treatment of choice. Image 1: Grayscale of Internal Carotid Artery and External Carotid Artery. Treatment option #1: surgical repair. The mainstay of treatment of extracranial carotid artery aneurysms is surgical repair.
The surgical repair entails the resection of that portion of the carotid artery that is involved with the aneurysm. A bypass is then performed from the normal artery below the aneurysm to the normal artery above the aneurysm.Discussion.
Aneurysm of the external carotid artery and its branches have been described in cases due to trauma, iatrogenic injury, dental extraction, and also due to head and neck cancer because of tumor infiltration or due to radiation therapy.Geriatric patients with aneurysm are first consulted by a primary care physician and hence primary care physician at the community level has a major.Carotid artery aneurysm is an abnormal widening or ballooning of a portion of an artery due to weakness in the wall of the blood vessel.
The carotid arteries are located in the head and neck, these arteries carry oxygen-rich blood to the brain.