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Abstract: A total of 384 supra-aortic branches were operated in 318 patients. Forty-four operations were carried out on 35 pa tients with unilateral stenosis and contralateral occlusion of the internal carotid artery (aci). Eighteen patients were classified in stage IV. The symptomatology was largely de termined by the occluded side (27 patients). In 23 cases only the stenosis was operated, in 3 cases only the occlu sion. Both sides were operated in 9 cases. The rate of mor tality within the first 30 days was 11.4 % (ce… Show more

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“…A subsequent study demonstrated higher stroke rate in procedures accompanied by CCO. 3 This pattern of conflicting studies repeats throughout the historical and current carotid literature. Recently, Ricotta et al 4 re-evaluated this risk in a large, validated dataset.…”
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“…A subsequent study demonstrated higher stroke rate in procedures accompanied by CCO. 3 This pattern of conflicting studies repeats throughout the historical and current carotid literature. Recently, Ricotta et al 4 re-evaluated this risk in a large, validated dataset.…”
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“…The initial reports of Drs Blaisdell, Patterson, and others occurred before the large randomized, controlled trials that reinforced the benefit of CEA. [1][2][3] One possibility is that these early studies were either too small in numbers to identify differences or the practice of CEA at that time was too diverse. Other smaller studies on the effect of CCO have been reported.…”
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