In our patient, however, there was no coexistence of extracranial
involvement with the CNS tuberculosis at the time of admission.
The preoperative MRI demonstrated an inhomogeneous enhanced intra- and extracranial
lesion that extended from the sellar floor, the clivus to the cervical vertebrae, and compressed the brainstem [Figure 3]a and [Figure 3]b.
Patterns of chronic venous insufficiency in the dural sinuses and extracranial
draining veins and their relationship with white matter hyperintensities for patients with Parkinson's disease," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
8) dissection extracranial
Carotid artery- 4(6) intracranial Vertebral artery- 32 (47.
complications of cerebrospinal fluid shunt function in childhood hydrocephalus.
segment of OA is compressed by the extracranial
pressure aPe which is easily applied to the tissues surrounding the eye ball (Fig.
Also with the magnetic resonance imaging (sagittal and coronal T1-weighted sequences without gadolinium), we noted a soft tissue density lesion located within the bone that did not show any connection with the dura or the extracranial
Other outcomes included were occurrence of ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, all-cause mortality, and major extracranial
1 Principles of Extracranial
Ultrasound Examination (Andrei V.
sup] Similarly, the results showed that extracranial
lesions were more common.
the accelerator is primarily intended for intracranial radiosurgery (srs) and extracranial
stereotactic body radiation therapy (sbrt).
The purpose of this study is to compare the diagnostic value of extracranial
carotid and vertebral artery Doppler and Magnetic Resonance Angiography for the diagnosis of carotid artery pathology in patients with stroke.