anterior cerebral artery

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Noun1.anterior cerebral artery - one of two branches of the internal carotid arteryanterior cerebral artery - one of two branches of the internal carotid artery; divides into two branches that serve (1) the thalamus and (2) parts of the frontal and parietal cortex
arteria cerebri, cerebral artery - any of the arteries supplying blood to the cerebral cortex
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There was no evidence of injury to the middle or anterior cerebral arteries.
Magnetic resonance angiography included involvement of middle, anterior or posterior cerebral arteries their unilateral and bilateral involvement, involvement of middle cerebral artery with anterior cerebral artery, posterior cerebral artery or internal carotid artery.
6 patients (9%) had transient ischaemic attack, another 6 patients (9%) had anterior cerebral artery infarct and the least being ophthalmic artery occlusion in 1 patient (1%).
Moyamoya disease (MMD) is an uncommon chronic cerebrovascular disease characterized by the formation of collaterals near circle of Willis secondary to occlusion or stenosis of proximal, middle, or anterior cerebral artery.
ACVF, anterior cerebral vein foramen; AFPC, anterior foramen for preorbital canal; ANTO, antorbital condyle; ELF, endolymphatic foramen; ES, eye stalk; ESAF, efferent spiracular artery foramen; F, fontanelle; FM, foramen magnum; ICAF, internal carotid artery; LC, lateral commissure; NC, nasal capsule; OC, occipital condyle; OF, orbital fissure; PFPC, posterior foramen for preorbital canal; PLF, perilymphatic foramen; PROP, preorbital process; POST, postorbital process; R, rostrum; SOC, supraorbital crest; II, optic nerve foramen; IV, trochlear nerve foramen; VII, hyomandibular branch of facial nerve foramen; X, vagus nerve foramen.
A total of 50 patients were included with (Anterior Cerebral Artery Syndrome and Middle Cerebral Artery Syndrome) stroke.
By advancing 16-18 mm, it can occlude the origin and proximal part of the anterior cerebral artery.
5) demonstrates an azygous anterior cerebral artery.
Giant aneurysm arising from the anterior cerebral artery and causing an isolated homonymous hemianopsia.
The internal carotid artery (ICA) enters the cranial vault posterior to the eye orbit, supplying blood to the ophthalmic artery before terminating into the middle cerebral artery (MCA) and the anterior cerebral artery (ACA).

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