To review the indications of diagnostic neuroangiography. To explain a step-wise check list for appropriate preprocedural assessment,
technique of procedure and postprocedural care. To review the angiographic intra cranial vascular anatomy with illustrative examples of common pathologies.
Neuroangiography is an integral investigation in the management of patients with neuro- vascular diseases.
It is used for diagnosis,
but in many instances,
may be followed up with interventional treatment in the same sitting.
 A sound understanding of the principles of appropriate periprocedural care and anatomy,
angiography technique and angiographic appearance of pathology are vital for the test to be diagnostic. (I) Salient descriptors of normal neurovascular anatomy [1,
2]: (A) Extra...
Findings and procedure details
(II) Indications  Intra cranial I.
Nontraumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage or SAH of unknown aetiology. II.
Acute stroke III.
Nontraumatic parenchymal cerebral haemorrhage IV.
Intracranial aneurysm: To study cross flow/ complex aneurysm anatomy V.
Cerebral vasospasm VI.
Mass lesions: Preoperative tumour embolization,
cavernous sinus haemangioma. VII.
Intracranial arteriovenous malformations to classify (Speltzer Martin score) and plan intervention VIII.
Diagnostic neuroangiography is an essential investigation used in the evaluation of neuro vascular diseases.
Basic knowledge of angiographic technique and image interpretation are important for radiology residents and our poster summarizes the must to know information on this topic.
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The safety of dedicated-team catheter-based diagnostic cerebral angiography in the era of advanced noninvasive imaging.
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