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Regional resting state perfusion variability and delayed cerebrovascular uniform reactivity in subjects with chronic carotid artery stenosis

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The aim of this study was to assess regional perfusion at baseline and regional cerebrovascular resistance (CVR) to delayed acetazolamide challenge in subjects with chronic carotid artery stenosis.Sixteen patients (ten males) aged 70.94±7.71 with carotid artery stenosis ≥90% on the ipsilateral side and ≤50% on the contralateral side were enrolled into the study. In all patients, two computed tomography perfusion examinations were carried out; the first was performed before acetazolamide administration and the second 60 minutes after injection.The differences between mean values were examined by paired two-sample t-test and alternative nonparametric Wilcoxon’s test. Normality assumption was examined using W Shapiro-Wilk test.The lowest resting-state cerebral blood flow (CBF) was observed in white matter (ipsilateral side: 18.4±6.2; contralateral side: 19.3±6.6) and brainstem (ipsilateral side: 27.8±8.5; contralateral side: 29.1±10.8). Grey matter (cerebral cortex) resting state CBF was below the normal value for subjects of this age: frontal lobe – ipsilateral side: 30.4±7.0, contralateral side: 33.7±7.1; parietal lobe – ipsilateral side: 36.4±11.3, contralateral side: 42.7±9.9; temporal lobe – ipsilateral side: 32.5±8.6, contralateral side: 39.4±10.8; occipital lobe – ipsilateral side: 24.0±6.0, contralateral side: 26.4±6.6). The highest resting state CBF was observed in the insula (ipsilateral side: 49.2±17.4; contralateral side: 55.3±18.4). A relatively high resting state CBF was also recorded in the thalamus (ipsilateral side: 39.7±16.9; contralateral side: 41.7±14.1) and cerebellum (ipsilateral side: 41.4±12.2; contralateral side: 38.1±11.3). The highest CVR was observed in temporal lobe cortex (ipsilateral side: +27.1%; contralateral side: +26.1%) and cerebellum (ipsilateral side: +27.0%; contralateral side: +34.6%). The lowest CVR was recorded in brain stem (ipsilateral side: +20.2%; contralateral side: +22.2%) and white matter (ipsilateral side: +18.1%; contralateral side: +18.3%). All CBF values were provided in milliliters of blood per minute per 100 g of brain tissue [ml/100g/min]. Resting state circulation in subjects with carotid artery stenosis is low in all analysed structures with the exception of insula and cerebellum. Acetazolamide challenge yields relatively uniform response in both hemispheres in the investigated population.Grey matter is more reactive to acetazolamide challenge than white matter or brainstem.

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Publikacja w czasopiśmie
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artykuł w czasopiśmie wyróżnionym w JCR
Opublikowano w:
Acta Biochimica Polonica nr 65, wydanie 1, strony 151 - 162,
ISSN: 0001-527X
Język:
angielski
Rok wydania:
2018
Opis bibliograficzny:
Szarmach A., Kaszubowski M. F., Sabisz A., Frydrychowski A., Halena G., Piskunowicz M., Dzierzanowski J., Studniarek M., Szurowska E., Winklewski P.: Regional resting state perfusion variability and delayed cerebrovascular uniform reactivity in subjects with chronic carotid artery stenosis// Acta Biochimica Polonica. -Vol. 65, iss. 1 (2018), s.151-162
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Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.18388/abp.2018_2581
Weryfikacja:
Politechnika Gdańska

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