High-speed biplane angiography is used to determine the path and velocity of microdroplets of contrast material in three dimensions. By allowing more accurate determination of detailed blood flow in feeding vessels and draining veins of cerebral arteriovenous malformations than available with standard angiography, the new method offers the potential for more accurate treatment and further study of neurovascular/cerebrovascular hemodynamics. The first study of the method is presented.
|Number of pages
|American Journal of Neuroradiology
|Published - 1999