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[Syndromes involving rostral occlusion of the basilar artery: a preliminary study and proposal for a new clinical and neuro- radiological classification].

@article{MartnAraguz1994SyndromesIR,
  title={[Syndromes involving rostral occlusion of the basilar artery: a preliminary study and proposal for a new clinical and neuro- radiological classification].},
  author={A Mart{\'i}nAraguz and Moreno Mart{\'i}nez Jm and Garc{\'i}a de la Rocha Ml and Moreno P{\'e}rez-Crespo Jl and Fern{\'a}ndez-Armayor Ajo and F Esteban-Alonso and Alfredo Cuevas-Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Neurologia},
  year={1994},
  volume={9},
  pages={133}
}
Abstract Occlusion of the top of the basilar artery causes infarctions in supra- and infra-tentorial regions (thalamus, occipito-temporal lobes, rostral trunk and cerebellum) with characteristic clinical and radiological manifestations. We studied 17 patients with this syndrome whose clinical data and neurological images led us to classify them into four groups: type I (2 patients, 12%), showing mainly alterations in consciousness and ocular motricity, and bilateral thalamic infarction; type II… 
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