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Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research ; (53): 1707-1710, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-403630


BACKGROUND:Cerebrovascular stent may destroy the vessel walls,which can lead to vascular restenosis.There are different versions about the safety,pathologic pharmacology reasons and clinical effect.OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the safety and short-term effect of endovascular stent implantation for symptomatic artery stenosis.METHODS:Totally 20 patients with total 22 lesions diagnosed symptomatic artery stenosis were treated with endovascular stenting.The vascular stenotic lesions involved middle cerebral artery in 6 cases,internal carotid artery in 6 cases,vertebral artery in 4 cases,basilar artery in 3 cases and vertebro-basilar artery in 3 cases.The length of vascular stenotic lesions was 3-10 mm with the average of 7 mm.Both balloon and self-expandable stents were used in 12 cases with embolus protection device.RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:All of the 22 stents in 20 patients were placed successfully in one time.After stent implantation,the vascular angiography showed that the vessels were reformed obviously with the degree of stenosis no more than 20%.The perfusion in cerebrum was improved in parenchymal phase and the symptom was also improved clearly.At 6-24 months follow-up,20 patients never had cerebral ischemia.With follow-up for 12-24 months in 7 patients,digital subtraction angiography displayed that intima hyperplasia was occurred in stent in one patient with no symptom.The stenotic vascular were unobstructed and no intima hyperplasia by transcranial Doppler examinations.The results demonstrated that endovascular stent implantation is a safe and effective treatment for intracranial symptomatic artery stenosis,while its long-term effect needs further study.

Journal of Interventional Radiology ; (12)1994.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-579411


Objective To discuss the clinical efficacy of stent treatment for the benign or malignant colorectal obstruction. Methods Under fluoroscopic and / or endoscopic guidance stent implantation was performed in 30 patients with colonic or rectal obstruction. The obstruction sites were located at rectum (n = 20), recto-sigmoid juncture (n = 2), sigmoid colon (n = 3), descending colon (n = 3) and transverse colon (n = 2). Results Thirty-one colorectal stents were implanted in total 30 patients, the technical success rate was 92% by once-through operation. The patients were immediately relieved of the symptoms of intestinal obstruction. No complications related to stent implantation occurred. The average survival time in patients with malignant obstruction was 271 days. Conclusion For colorectal obstruction, stent implantation through anus is a minimally-invasive, safe and effective treatment with few complications. The procedure can effectively relieve the patients of the intestinal obstruction symptoms and, thus, improve their living quality.