Brainstem compression by basilar artery anomalies as visualized by MRI

@article{Bollensen1991BrainstemCB,
  title={Brainstem compression by basilar artery anomalies as visualized by MRI},
  author={Edgar Bollensen and J. H. Buzanoski and Hilmar Walter Prange},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1991},
  volume={238},
  pages={49-50}
}
SummaryThe use of MRI in the diagnosis of vascular anomalies of the basilar artery is demonstrated in two cases. The first patient had a partially thrombosed giant aneurysm of the basilar artery; the second had an atypical course of the basilar artery. MRI is indicated whenever other imaging procedures do not provide a definite diagnosis or the use of contrast medium for conventional X-ray examination or computed tomography is contraindicated. 
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