Three-dimensional description and mathematical characterization of the parasellar internal carotid artery in human infants.


Inside the 'cavernous sinus' or 'parasellar region' the human internal carotid artery takes the shape of a siphon that is twisted and torqued in three dimensions and surrounded by a network of veins. The parasellar section of the internal carotid artery is of broad biological and medical interest, as its peculiar shape is associated with temperature… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-7580.2008.00881.x


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