Vertebral artery anatomy: a review of two hundred fifty magnetic resonance imaging scans.

@article{Eskander2010VertebralAA,
  title={Vertebral artery anatomy: a review of two hundred fifty magnetic resonance imaging scans.},
  author={Mark S. Eskander and Jacob M Drew and Michelle E Aubin and Juliane Marvin and Patricia D. Franklin and Jason C. Eck and Nihal Patel and Katherine M Boyle and Patrick J. Connolly},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2010},
  volume={35 23},
  pages={2035-40}
}
STUDY DESIGN The aim of this study is to characterize the anatomy of vertebral arteries using magnetic resonance imaging scans of 250 consecutive patients. OBJECTIVES To document the prevalence of midline vertebral artery (VA) migration in a subgroup of patients presenting with neck pain, radiculopathy, or myelopathy and to identify the course of the VA through the TFs. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Knowledge of VA anomalies and their respective prevalence may help surgeons decrease the… CONTINUE READING
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