An Effective Technique For Bypass Surgery Comes Through Cerebral Revascularization
Cerebral Revascularization procedure is a significant method in the field of medical treatment. This advanced method has led to a widening of the indications for cerebral bypass surgery. This excimer laser-assisted non-occlusive anastomosis technique eliminates the risk of cerebral ischemia by applying temporary vessel occlusion. Microsurgical revascularization improves intracranial circulation. It involves the combination of extracranial circulation and intracranial circulation.
This treatment method can be performed by joining two arteries (direct anastomosis or use of graft) or by free autologous transplantation of highly vascularised tissue to the brain surface. Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy is taken for certain portion to destroy sympathetic nerve. It is used to treat hyperhidrosis, facial blushing and reflex sympathetic dystrophy. ETS is commonly used to treat severe hyperhidrosis of the upper body. This technology is being used to get cerebral revascularization for patient with moyamoya disease, and to treat headaches, long QT syndrome, hyperactive bronchial tubes and other conditions.
The cerebral revascularization may be accompanied by complications like cerebral hamorrage. In the setting of an entire infarct with minimal or no ischemic penumbra, it can only add to the risk of hemorrhage with no prospect of functional recovery. In the treatment under angiography and stent placement, the cerebral revascularization is the treatment of the source of the embolus. The most common sources are casdiogenic and proximal carotid and vertebral athero-occlusive disease. The repeat thromboembolic increases the risk of hemorrhagic complication and decreases neurological recovery. It is a relatively new multidisciplinary science that has enough potential to offer substantial benefit to a large population.