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Articles by E Yoo
Total Records ( 2 ) for E Yoo
  E Yoo , D.J Kim , D.I Kim , J. W Lee and S.H. Suh
 

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Self-expandable stents are an effective tool for coil embolization of wide-neck intracranial aneurysms. The purpose of this study was to assess the feasibility and results of bailout stent positioning during rescue situations after deployment of ≥1 coil.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: Among 318 aneurysms treated by coil embolization in 267 patients, 16 patients who were treated by bailout stent deployment were retrospectively reviewed. Bailout procedures were performed to relieve potential parent artery compromise caused by the protruded coil loops or to prevent migration of the unstable coil basket. The size/location of the aneurysm, technical feasibility, successful stabilization rate, and procedure-related complications were evaluated.

RESULTS: The locations of the aneurysms were the internal carotid artery (n = 12) and basilar artery (n = 4). The mean aneurysm size was 8.3 mm (range, 3.5–19.4 mm) with hemorrhagic presentation in 3 patients. Relief/prevention of parent artery compromise was achieved by molding the encroached loops back into the sac (n = 11), scaffolding the aneurysmal neck in cases with an unstable coil basket (n = 4), and sidetacking the migrated loop to the parent vessel wall (n = 1). The procedure was technically successful in 87.5% (n = 14). Satisfactory molding or stabilization of the coil was seen in 75% (n = 12). Unsatisfactory molding of the protruded small coil loop was noted in 2 cases of small aneurysms. Acute in-stent thrombosis was successfully managed by thrombolysis (n = 1).

CONCLUSIONS: Bailout self-expandable stent deployment may be a feasible and effective method for relief/prevention of parent artery compromise or coil migration caused by prolapsed or unstable coil loops during embolization of aneurysms.

  M. P McGuigan , E Yoo , D. V Lee and A. A. Biewener
  M. Polly McGuigan, Edwin Yoo, David V. Lee, and Andrew A. Biewener

The functional roles of the lateral gastrocnemius (LG), medial gastrocnemius (MG) and superficial digital flexor (SDF) muscle–tendon units (MTUs) in domestic goats (N=6) were studied as a function of locomotor grade, testing the hypothesis that changes in distal limb muscle work would reflect changes in mechanical work requirements while goats walked or trotted on the level, 15 deg. decline and 15 deg. incline. As steep terrain-adapted animals, changes in muscle work output are expected to be particularly important for goats. In vivo muscle–tendon forces, fascicle length changes and muscle activation were recorded via tendon force buckles, sonomicrometry and electromyography to evaluate the work performance and elastic energy recovery of the three distal MTUs. These recordings confirmed that fascicle strain and force within goat distal hind limb muscles are adjusted in response to changes in mechanical work demand associated with locomotor grade. In general, muscle work was modulated most consistently by changes in fascicle strain, with increased net shortening (P<0.001) observed as goats switched from decline...

 
 
 
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