[A case of aortic coarctation presenting with Brown-Séquard syndrome due to radicular artery aneurysm].


We report a case of aortic coarctation who showed a Brown-Séquard syndrome due to the aneurysm of the anterior radicular artery. A 71-year-old right-handed hypertensive woman was admitted to the Research Institute for Brain and Blood Vessels because of subarachnoid hemorrhage in 1984. No aneurysm was detected even on the four-vessel cerebral angiography… (More)


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