BCVI

(redirected from Blunt Cerebrovascular Injury)
AcronymDefinition
BCVIBlunt Cerebrovascular Injury
BCVIBlack-Capped Vireo (bird)
BCVIBelize Council for the Visually Impaired
BCVIBicaudate Cerebral Ventricular Index
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A safe and effective management strategy for blunt cerebrovascular injury: Avoiding unnecessary anti-coagulation and eliminating stroke.
et al., "Carotid artery stents for blunt cerebrovascular injury: risks exceed benefits," JAMA Surgery, vol.
Stengel, "Blunt cerebrovascular injury in patients with blunt multiple trauma: Diagnostic accuracy of duplex Doppler US and early CT angiography," Radiology, vol.
Norwood, "Sixteen-slice multi-detector computed tomographic angiography improves the accuracy of screening for blunt cerebrovascular injury," Journal of Trauma Injury Infection and Critical Care, vol.
The high morbidity of blunt cerebrovascular injury in an unscreened population: More evidence of the need for mandatory screening protocols.
Blunt cerebrovascular injury (BCVI) is relatively rare, with an incidence rate of 0.39-1.11% [1-3].
Recent literature suggests that the true incidence of blunt cerebrovascular injury is higher than was initially described.