Rupture of posterior inferior cerebellar artery by single blow to head.

Abstract

Two cases of isolated traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage from the posterior inferior cerebellar artery are described. The rupture was caused in one instance by a fist blow to the face and in the other by a kick to the head. One patient survived for three days, the other patient for three weeks. In the latter patient, intimal fibrosis was progressing and the… (More)

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