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Corresponding branches stemmed not only from the caudal communicating artery (most frequently two or three in number), but also from the rostral part of the basilar artery (usually represented by a double blood vessel).
Dr Al Sibaie, however, found that Garcia's basilar artery was narrowing and, if left untreated, another blood clot would block the artery again.
All patients underwent two repeated scans of the basilar artery vessel wall during two different scan sessions.
Mercier, "Origin of the perforating arteries of the interpeduncular fossa in relation to the termination of the basilar artery," Interventional Neuroradiology, vol.
A review of the literature focused on basilar artery pathology is very limited and only includes cases of basilar artery occlusion or aneurysm formation.
Wang, "Ectasia of the basilar artery in children with sickle cell disease: relationship to hematocrit and psychometric measures," Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, vol.
Meienberg, "Basilar artery migraine: a follow-up study of 82 cases," Headache, vol.
He et al., "Wall thickening pattern in atherosclerotic basilar artery stenosis," Neurological Sciences, vol.
(6.) Cherukuri Ravi Kumar, Prasad Vannemreddy, and Anil Nanda; Far-Lateral Approach for Lower Basilar Artery Aneurysms; Skull Base; Thieme Medical Publishers;2009 (19); 2:141-149
Posterior Cerebral Artery (PCA) is a branch of basilar artery, which are formed by the union of two vertebral arteries.
Persistent trigeminal artery (PTA) is unusual anastomosis between the carotid artery and basilar artery, with an incidence between 0.1% and 0.3% [1].
The impending pathology was compression by an artery in 76.6% either by the Superior Cerebellar Artery(SCA), Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery(AICA), posterior Inferior Cerebellar artery(PICA), Basilar artery or an artery in synergy with arachnoid adhesions.