Bilateral cerebellar infarction in the medial branches of posterior inferior cerebellar arterial territory--using endoscopic third ventriculostomy to relieve acute hydrocephalus.

Abstract

Simultaneous bilateral cerebellar infarctions in posterior inferior cerebellar arterial (PICA) territory, without brain stem involvement are rare. We herein report a 51-year-old man developed sudden dizziness, nausea and vomiting. CT revealed hypodense bilateral lesions over the cerebellum corresponding to the medial PICA (mPICA) branch territory. His… (More)

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