Doppler Transcraniano no Acidente Vascular Cerebral Isquêmico

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  • Sonia M. D. Brucki Doutora em Medicina pela Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp
  • Ayrton Roberto Massaro Doutor em Neurologia da Disciplina de Neurologia da Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp.
  • Alberto Alain Gabbai Professor Titular e Chefe da Disciplina de Neurologia da Escola Paulista de Medicina – Unifesp.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2001.v9.8919

Palavras-chave:

Ultra-sonografia, Doppler transcraniano, acidente cerebral vascular isquêmico

Resumo

Nesta revisão discutiremos as indicações para o uso do Doppler transcraniano (DTC) nos pacientes com acidente vascular cerebral isquêmico. Com o auxílio de um sistema Doppler de baixa freqüência (2 MHz) é possível medir os parâmetros fisiológicos da velocidade do fluxo sangüíneo nas artérias intracranianas. O Doppler transcraniano é um método útil para o estudo das alterações hemodinâmicas secundárias à estenose ou à oclusão do segmento extracraniano da artéria carótida interna e também pode ser utilizado como um teste de rastreamento para estenose em pacientes com risco de doença aterosclerótica intracraniana. Além disso, a embolia cerebral é diagnosticada pelo DTC por evidências indiretas. A monitorização da velocidade do fluxo sangüíneo também tem se tornado importante com o uso recente da terapia trombolítica. Em conclusão, o Doppler transcraniano disponibiliza o diagnóstico e o acompanhamento do curso e da resposta ao tratamento do AVC.

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Brucki, S. M. D., Massaro, A. R., & Gabbai, A. A. (2001). Doppler Transcraniano no Acidente Vascular Cerebral Isquêmico. Revista Neurociências, 9(2), 49–56. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2001.v9.8919

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