Multiple spontaneous cervical artery dissections: A transient arteriopathy with good long-term prognosis.

Dear editor, While spontaneous cervical arterial dissections (CAD) are thought to cause from 10 to 25% of ischaemic strokes in young adults, multiple CAD is an uncommon condition. Little is known about its longterm prognosis, and it is unclear whether it is an isolated cluster event or may occur sequentially over years in relation with a vasculotropic… CONTINUE READING