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Blood Flow and Vasospasm
Blood Flow and Vasospasm

to possible vasospasm. The first illustration shows the area of the brain being discussed scaled to relative human size. The second illustration shows and enlargement of the normal blood flow through the anterior and posterior communicating arteries within the brain without an aneurysm. The third illustration shows the blood flow unruptured and with no vasospasm. The fourth illustration shows ruptured aneurysms with vasospasm. The final image shows ruptured aneurysms with vasospasm in a different distribution.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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