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  1. Recently, many academic research groups focused their attention on changes in human brain networks related to several kinds of pathologies and diseases. Generally speaking, Network Medicine promises to identif...

    Authors: Luigi Barberini, Francesco Marrosu, Iole Tommasini Barbarossa, Melania Melis, Harman S. Suri, Antonella Mandas, Jashit S. Suri, Antonella Balestrieri, Michele Anzidei and Luca Saba
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2017 3:3
  2. Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) is a common neurovascular emergency causing significant burden to society. Currently the main focus of AIS treatment is to restore blood flow to at risk brain tissue. For the last t...

    Authors: Fahad S. Al-Ajlan, Emmad Qazi, Chi Kyung Kim, E. Prasanna Venkatesan, Lexi Wilson and Bijoy K. Menon
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2017 3:2
  3. The pathogenesis of human intracranial arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) is not well understood; this study aims to quantitatively assess cortical folding in patients with these lesions.

    Authors: Manish N. Shah, Sarah E. Smith, Donna L. Dierker, Joseph P. Herbert, Timothy S. Coalson, Brent S. Bruck, Gregory J. Zipfel, David C. Van Essen and Ralph G. Dacey Jr.
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:13
  4. In the CT assessment of the carotid plaque, the analysis of the attenuation value is a fundamental parameter in order to classify the type of the tissue that composes the plaque. The purpose of this paper is t...

    Authors: Luca Saba, Michele Anzidei, Carlo Nicola de Cecco, Michele Porcu, Antonella Balestrieri, Roberto Sanfilippo, Marco Francone, Alessio Mereu, Pierleone Lucatelli, Roberto Montisci, Jasjit S. Suri and Max Wintermark
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:12
  5. The relative frequency of acute intracranial large vessel occlusion (LVO) in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS) who could be candidate for intra-arterial treatment (IAT) is not well known. In this study...

    Authors: Debbie Beumer, Maxim J. H. L. Mulder, Ghesrouw Saiedie, Susanne Fonville, Robert J. van Oostenbrugge, Wim H. van Zwam, Philip J. Homburg, Aad van der Lugt and Diederik W. J. Dippel
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:11
  6. The assessment of brain death can be challenging in critically ill patients, and cerebral perfusion quantification might give information on the brain tissue viability. Intravoxel incoherent motion perfusion i...

    Authors: Christian Federau, Audrey Nguyen, Soren Christensen, Luca Saba and Max Wintermark
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:9
  7. Recent advances in 4DFlow MRI (Phase Contrast MRA) acquisition and reconstruction enable high resolution exams to be obtained in practical imaging times. 4DFlow MRI provides images of vascular morphology and q...

    Authors: Patrick Turski, Andrew Scarano, Eric Hartman, Zachary Clark, Tilman Schubert, Leonardo Rivera, Yijing Wu, Oliver Wieben and Kevin Johnson
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:8
  8. We sought to quantify CTP-derived infarct core applying previously published perfusion thresholds to multi-institutional CTP data to assess the margin of error for 25 mL and 70 mL critical volume thresholds us...

    Authors: Dan C. Huynh, Mark W. Parsons, Max Wintermark, Achala Vagal, Christopher D. d’Esterre, Rita Vitorino, Daniel Efkehari, Jesse Knight, Thien J. Huynh, Andrew Bivard, Rick Swartz, Sean Symons and Richard I. Aviv
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:7
  9. Neuroimaging is a critical element in evaluating and treating patients with cerebral aneurysms. Each neuroimaging technique has unique strengths, weaknesses, and current developments. In this review, we discus...

    Authors: Nam K. Yoon, Scott McNally, Philipp Taussky and Min S. Park
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:6
  10. There is limited but growing research regarding the accuracy of CTP in diagnosing acute posterior ischemia stroke. We sought to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of an incremental multimodal CT protocol in acut...

    Authors: Michal Sharon, Karl Boyle, Robert Yeung, Liying zhang, Sean P. Symons, Mark I. Boulos and Richard I. Aviv
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:3
  11. Vascular malformations include several vascular abnormalities, congenital in most cases, classified according to their dynamic flow characteristics into high-flow and low-flow abnormalities; both types are com...

    Authors: Pierleone Lucatelli, Beatrice Sacconi, Michele Anzidei, Mario Bezzi and Carlo Catalano
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2016 2:2
  12. The role of 3DTOF MRA in the follow up (FU) of coiled cerebral aneurysms is well established. Though CEMRA (Contrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography) has demonstrated to be superior to 3DTOF MRA in sho...

    Authors: Nicoletta Anzalone, C. De Filippis, F. Scomazzoni, G. Calori, A. Iadanza, F. Simionato and C. Righi
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:11
  13. Advancement in neurovascular imaging has led to detection of abnormalities and normal anatomic variations. Most of anatomical variations in cerebral vasculature are asymptomatic and found incidentally; however...

    Authors: Abdolkarim Rahmanian and Nima Derakhshan
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:10
  14. Acute intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) heterogeneity on NCCT, characterized by qualitative and quantitative methods, is predictive of hematoma expansion and mortality however association with the spot sign is no...

    Authors: Dale Connor, Thien J. Huynh, Andrew M. Demchuk, Dar Dowlatshahi, David J. Gladstone, Sivaniya Subramaniapillai, Sean P. Symons and Richard I. Aviv
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:8
  15. To compare image quality and diagnostic performance of Gadoteridol-enhanced MR angiography (MRA) with Gadobutrol-enhanced MRA in the evaluation of carotid artery stenosis.

    Authors: Fulvio Zaccagna, Beatrice Sacconi, Luca Saba, Isabella Ceravolo, Andrea Fiorelli, Iacopo Carbone, Alessandro Napoli, Michele Anzidei and Carlo Catalano
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:9
  16. The correlation between AAA and carotid artery plaque is unknown and a common etiology and pathophysiology is suspected by some authors. The purpose of this work was to explore the association between the feat...

    Authors: Eytan Raz, Michele Anzidei, Michele Porcu, Pier Paolo Bassareo, Michele di Martino, Giuseppe Mercuro, Luca Saba and Jasjit S. Suri
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:7
  17. In symptomatic intracranial atherosclerotic stenosis (ICAS), its hemodynamic impact may affect the risk of stroke recurrence, in addition to the degree of luminal stenosis. We therefore conducted a pilot study...

    Authors: Xinyi Leng, Fabien Scalzo, Albert K Fong, Mark Johnson, Hing Lung Ip, Yannie Soo, Thomas Leung, Liping Liu, Edward Feldmann, Ka Sing Wong and David S Liebeskind
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:1
  18. The value of noninvasive assessment of carotid plaque composition in identifying patients with high coronary risk remains elusive. We sought to determine whether and which carotid plaque components are associa...

    Authors: Jie Sun, Daniel S. Hippe, Hunter R. Underhill, Baocheng Chu, Tobias Saam, Norihide Takaya, Jianming Cai, Minako Oikawa-Wakayama, Wei Yu, Li Dong, Chun Yuan and Thomas S. Hatsukami
    Citation: Neurovascular Imaging 2015 1:5