Technical feasibility of an “extracranial posterior communicating artery” bypass for revascularisation of patients with common carotid artery occlusion

U. Schneider, P. Von Weitzel-Mudersbach, K.T. Hoffmann & P. Vajkoczy
Objective: Extra-intracranial bypass surgery provides blood flow augmentation in patients suffering from intracranial or long-distance conductance artery stenosis or occlusion, which cannot be treated otherwise. The standard procedure for these cases is an anastomosis between branches of the superficial[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]