vertebrobasilar


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vertebrobasilar

a. vertebrobasilar, rel. a las arterias vertebral y basilar;
___ insufficiencyinsuficiencia ___;
___ circulatory disorderstrastornos ___ -es de la circulación;
___ insufficiencyinsuficiencia ___.
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1] The duplicated VA is a significant predisposing factor of vertebrobasilar cervical artery dissection due to local histological defect (hypoplasia) or significant hemodynamic alteration.
sup][3],[12] Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) can be used to identify potential vascular injury and trauma-related pseudoaneurysm of the ICA and vertebrobasilar artery.
Conditions that affect the brain vessels in childhood including vertebrobasilar artery failure, subclavian steal syndrome, migraine, Moyamoya disease, and Takayasu disease are the causes of cerebrovascular syncope (29).
Microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia caused by vertebrobasilar compression.
Absolute contraindications include fractured odontoid peg, recent cervical spine fracture, atlanto-axial subluxation, cervical disc prolapse, vertebrobasilar insufficiency that is verified, recent neck trauma that restricts torsional movement.
In case of unilateral carotid occlusive disease, the anterior collateral segment (ACA1, AcomA) made of arteries with constant diameter is crucial, while in case of bilateral occlusive carotid disease the posterior collateralization (ACPI, AcomP) develops, with the inflow from the vertebrobasilar arterial system.
8,9) De estos el que representa menos morbimortalidad y el que mejor exposicion tiene para el clipaje de aneurismas de la union vertebrobasilar es el Abordaje Far lateral con sus variantes anatomicas.
Si esto no se cumple podria confundirse con una epilepsia del lobulo temporal, insuficiencia vertebrobasilar, vertigo posicional benigno o alguna patologia del oido medio (50).
A repeat MRI of the brain and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) of the cervical and intracranial vasculature were obtained (March 28) because the initial study was indeterminate as to the etiology of the parenchymal abnormalities, and to evaluate for possible vertebrobasilar disease because of the possibility of a brainstem stroke.
4) Transient ischemia of the vertebrobasilar circulation
According to embryogenesis of the carotid-basilar anastomoses described by Padget [5], there are four embryonic communicating arteries between the vertebrobasilar and carotid systems: the hypoglossal, otic, proatlantal, and trigeminal arteries.