Direct drainage of extracranial arteries into the superior sagittal sinus associated with dementia

@article{Friede1981DirectDO,
  title={Direct drainage of extracranial arteries into the superior sagittal sinus associated with dementia},
  author={Reinhard L. Friede and Othmar Schubiger},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1981},
  volume={225},
  pages={1-8}
}
A 62-year-old man suffered from progressive dementia for the last 5 years of life. Angiography disclosed draining of multiple extracranial, galeal arteries directly into the superior sagittal sinus with retrograde filling of cerebral veins. At necropsy there was arterialization of the walls of the sinus and a multichannelled lumen in its middle third. The sinus was not distended, the dura normal, and no angioma was found. The leptomeninges and the cerebral white matter contained excessively… CONTINUE READING

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