Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology: Open Access

ISSN: 2684-6004

Open Access

Yilkal Tadesse Desta

Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Bahirdar University, Ethiopia

  • Case Report   
    Successful Anesthesia Management of Left Fronto-Temporal Craniotomy for Intracranial Vascular Malformation (IVM)
    Author(s): Yilkal Tadesse Desta* and Kassaw Moges Abera

    Introduction: Stroke is an ischemic/embolic or hemorrhagic cerebrovascular event that can occur at any time. Meanwhile, intravenous or endovascular intra-arterial thrombolysis is the current standard therapy for intracranial intravascular clots, embolic occlusion of a major intracranial vessel occasionally requires microsurgical embolectomy. In particular, when the embolus is a large atherosclerotic plaque or foreign body (such as a balloon or microcoil from endovascular treatment), surgery may be the treatment of choice. Case history: This is a 70 years old female patient who came with a chief complaint of ‘failure to communicate of 12 hrs duration’ and diagnosed to be recurrent 2˚stroke+old Rt side stroke+type II DM+HTN. Discussion: Several studies have demonstrated that patients who received general anes.. Read More»

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