Anomalous atlantoaxial portions of vertebral and posterior inferior cerebellar arteries

@article{Tokuda1985AnomalousAP,
  title={Anomalous atlantoaxial portions of vertebral and posterior inferior cerebellar arteries},
  author={Kouichi Tokuda and Kazuo Miyasaka and Hiroshi Abe and Satoru Abe and Hidenori Takei and Seiichiro Sugimoto and Mitsuo Tsuru},
  journal={Neuroradiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={27},
  pages={410-413}
}
In a review of the vertebral angiograms of 300 patients free from disease at the craniovertebral junction, we found atlantoaxial arterial anomalies in 2,3%. These were: 2 cases in which the vertebral artery ran in the spinal canal below C1, 3 cases of duplication of the vertebral artery above and below C1, and 2 cases of origin of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery at C2. Although these arteries ran in the spinal canal between C1 and C2, they never encroached upon the posterior third of… CONTINUE READING