By internal carotid arteries, basilar artery
and ethmoidal artery in horses (Budras et al., 2003) and donkey (Ozgel et al., 2007).
Patients with his type of stroke, called a basilar artery
occlusion, can be given a "game-changing" treatment called a thrombectomy within 24 hours.
The circle of Willis is a ring-like vascular network at the base of the brain that connects cerebral arteries, the basilar artery
, and carotid arteries and provides blood supply to the brain.
Atheroma is the most common arterial disorder and atheromatous plaques most commonly form at the origin of internal carotid arteries, origin of basilar artery
and proximal parts of middle, posterior and anterior cerebral arteries5.
In this study, investigators flow loaded the basilar artery
in rats by performing bilateral carotid artery ligation.
Inside the skull, they merge to form the basilar artery
, which supplies blood to the back of the brain.
Garcia was taken from Dubai Marina to Rashid Hospital, where he was diagnosed with basilar artery
occlusion, an infrequent form of an acute stroke, which invariably leads to death or long-term disability if blood flow is not restored.
The atherosclerotic plaque component and remodeling of basilar artery
, which are similar with coronary plaque (5), and the distribution of the plaque play a vital role in patients' treatment decision-making (6).
In our study, we excluded patients with occlusion in a large vessel other than isolated MCA such as basilar artery
, terminal or tandem ICA and MCA because endovascular treatment was performed alone or following IV rt-PA in such occlusions, which could contribute to a higher rate in our study.
Foetal type posterior communicating artery (FTPcomA) was considered when the posterior cerebral artery (PCA) originated from the ipsilateral internal carotid artery (ICA) instead of the basilar artery
with diameter greater than the ipsilateral pre-communicating segment (P1) of the PCA.12 Vessel arising from ICA with equal or smaller diameter than the ipsilateral P1 of the PCA were classified as PcomAs.12 COW was then classified as complete, partially complete and incomplete configuration.
Toutouzas, "Coronary artery ectasia, aneurysm of the basilar artery
and varicose veins: Common presentation or generalized defect of the vessel wall?