Doppler of the sylvian arteries showing a normal resistive index of the sylvian arteries with a good diastolic flow
To summarize, we would say that good prognosis factors are no
cardiac failure, no brain atrophy, low resistivity index of the
sylvian artery (Fig. 10 ) and a simple angioarchitecture
(Fig. 11 ), while bad prognosis factors are cardiac
insufficiency, brain atrophy, high resistivity index of the sylvian
artery, complex angioarchitecture (Fig. 12 ) and
fetoplacental anasarca. .
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