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Journal of Practical Radiology ; (12): 539-542, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-609099


Objective To explore the status of intracranial aneurysms screened by CTA among the population with family history of stroke.Methods 200 patients including 108 men and 92 women in our hospital were involved,who had a family history of stroke.Head CTA examination,physical examination and laboratory tests were performed.Results 200 male and female had no statistical significance in demographic characteristics,past medical history and physical testing (P>0.05);in lifestyle,smoking and drinking prevalence among male were higher than female (P<0.05),and drug-usage rate of female were higher than male (P<0.05).27 cases (13.5 ¥)had intracranial aneurysms,including 13 male cases (12.03 %) and 14 females cases(15.22 %),and there was one occurred aneurysm rupture and subarachnoid hemorrhage,the prevalence rate of aneurysm rupture was 87%.The 27 intracranial aneurysms cases had 29 CPC aneurysms,with 2 cases had two aneurysms.The number of aneurysm diameter <3 mm were 7 (24.14%),3 7 mm diameter were 12 (41.38%),and >7 mm were 10 (34.48%).Classified by the morphology,there were 7 (24.14%) fusiform aneurysm,22 (75.86%) cystic,3 (10.34%) small drops of blood sample.Conclusion CTA is a noninvasive and effective method for intracranial aneurysm,can provide additional valuable diagnostic information particularly for emergency of aneurysm screening.