Michael P. Marks

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  • INTRACRANIAL VASCULAR MALFORMATIONS - IMAGING OF CHARGED-PARTICLE RADIOSURGERY .2. COMPLICATIONS RADIOLOGY Marks, M. P., DeLaPaz, R. L., FABRIKANT, J. I., Frankel, K. A., Phillips, M. H., Levy, R. P., Enzmann, D. R. 1988; 168 (2): 457-462

    Abstract:

    Seven of 24 patients with intracranial vascular malformations who were treated with helium-ion Bragg-peak radiosurgery had complications of therapy. New symptoms and corresponding radiologic abnormalities developed 4-28 months after therapy. Five patients had similar patterns of white matter changes and mass effect on computed tomographic scans and magnetic resonance images. The abnormalities were centered in the radiation field. Gray matter changes and abnormal enhancement in the thalamus and hypothalamus outside the radiation field developed in one patient. This patient also had vasculopathic changes on angiograms. Rapidly progressive large vessel vasculopathy developed in another patient and caused occlusion of major vessels. Thus, different mechanisms may be involved in the complications of heavy-ion radiosurgery.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988P303300029

    View details for PubMedID 3293113

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