Evolution of a large intracranial artery dissection on multimodal neuroimaging with spontaneous healing

A previously healthy 17-year-old male adolescent with intermittent mild headache for 4 years and more severe for a week was admitted to our hospital. A previous magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) performed 9 months prior to hospitalisation had shown no abnormalities (Fig. 1a). On current neuroimaging studies consisting of brain computed tomography (CT), MRI… CONTINUE READING