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The anatomy, radiographic visualization and pathological significance of the tentorial artery, which is a branch of the cavernous portion of the internal carotid artery, is discussed. Eighteen patients with an enlarged tentorial artery are described. The diagnoses in these patients were almost equally divided among tentorial meningiomas (4), malignant(More)
Although the most common aetiology of transient vertebrobasilar insufficiency is atherosclerosis, a similar syndrome may occasionally be produced by cervical osteophytes. The possibility of such a remedial lesion makes further investigation mandatory in such patients-especially if symptoms are associated with sudden movements of the head or neck. When(More)
The diagnosis and successful treatment of a cerebral aneurysm in a 1-month-old child are described. A review of the few aneurysms previously recorded in children up to three months of age reveals that such aneurysms tend to be large, but show no predilection for any particular site, although a relatively large number of them arise from the vertebrobasilar(More)
  • L G KEMPE
  • 1964
This is the report of a young man who presented with was little change in the other neurological signs and the signs and symptoms of the Wallenberg syndrome. symptoms. Six weeks from admission the patient still After pneumoencephalographic studies a defect was experienced episodes of lethargy, nausea, and vomiting. seen in the fourth ventricle and at(More)