Vertebro-basilar ischaemia. Its relation to stenosis and occlusion of the vertebral artery


Bilateral vertebral angiography has been performed on 44 cases of vertebrobasilar ischaemia (VB I), excluding transient ischaemic attacks, and on 20 cases of carotid ischaemia with lesions of the vertebral artery (VA). Significant lesions (stenosis of more than 50% of the lumen and occlusion) of the VA were found in 72% of VB I and 70% of carotid ischaemia… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01403636

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