Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery (PICA) Aneurysm Arising from a Bihemispheric PICA

  title={Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery (PICA) Aneurysm Arising from a Bihemispheric PICA},
  author={Peter Christoph Reinacher and Timo Krings and Uli B{\"u}rgel and Franz Josef Hans},
  journal={Clinical Neuroradiology},
Case Report During diagnostic workup for persistent cervical radiculopathies related to the right C6 root, cervical MRI was performed in this 47-year-old female demonstrating a disc protrusion at the level of C5/6. On T2-weighted sagittal images, a flow void of 8 mm size in the PICA territory was noticed (Figures 1A, 1B), which lead to further diagnostic work-up for presumed incidental PICA aneurysm. 3D rotational angiography revealed a solitary left-sided PICA aneurysm with broad communication… CONTINUE READING


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