Spontaneous symptomatic intracranial vertebrobasilar dissection: initial and follow-up imaging findings.

@article{Ahn2012SpontaneousSI,
  title={Spontaneous symptomatic intracranial vertebrobasilar dissection: initial and follow-up imaging findings.},
  author={Sung Soo Ahn and Byung Moon Kim and Sang Hyun Suh and Dong Joon Kim and Dong Ik Kim and Yong Sam Shin and Sam Youl Ha and Young Sub Kwon},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={264 1},
  pages={196-202}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate initial radiologic findings of symptomatic intracranial vertebrobasilar dissections (VBDs) as well as the results at follow-up imaging of dissections that are conservatively managed. MATERIALS AND METHODS The respective institutional review boards approved this retrospective study and waived the need for informed consent. The initial radiologic findings of 210 patients with 230 symptomatic intracranial VBDs were retrospectively evaluated (48 ruptured, 182 unruptured… CONTINUE READING

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