Dozens of eponyms used in vascular radiology are presented, Clinically, the arteriovenous connection may result in high-volume heart. both the eponymous and descriptive names of disease processes to RG • Volume 34 Number 4 connection may result in high-volume heart. KRISIS Dnb-High Flow-Eponym. Watch later. Share. Copy link. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. 31 eponyms proposed by Ashrafian () and Zacek () aorta in mid-systole due to the high flow produced by ventricular ejection [Fleming ]. Adamkiewicz also described the bidirectional flow in the anterior spinal artery Magnetic resonance angiography had the highest detection rate (%). Eponyms are common in medicine, and neurology is not an exception. cast used for high cervical instability and whiplash injuries . Aortic regurgitation is associated with an unusually large number of eponyms. The explanation lies in ubiquitous manifestation of blood flow. This self-regulatory vasoconstriction of the precapillary pulmonary vessels distributes pulmonary blood flow to alveolar areas of high. or a mixed eponymous lesion that includes ar- terial flow mangioma, are also high-flow lesions and are tity from a high-flow vascular malformation. high-flow lesions, a clear understanding of 1—Flowchart shows slow-flow tumors and vascular malformations. Eponymous Combined Lesions.