superior cerebellar artery

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the superior branch of the cerebellar artery

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MRA showed right P2 (arrow head) and left SCA (superior cerebellar artery) occlusion (c).
The HIAs were measured twice, at the level of the cerebral peduncle (CP) and the level of the superior cerebellar peduncle (SCP).
The red nucleus and the ipsilateral inferior olivary nucleus are connected via the central tegmental tract, and the dentate nucleus connects to the contralateral red nucleus through the superior cerebellar peduncle.
(8.) Marien P Baillieux H, De Smet HJ, Engelborghs S, Wilssens I, Paquier P De Deyn PP Cognitive, linguistic and affective disturbance following a right superior cerebellar artery infarction: a case study.
Radiologically, posterior fossa and brain stem anomalies are seen such as cerebellar vermian dysgenesis, expanded 4th ventricle, and thickened strained superior cerebellar peduncle.2 Patients with JS may have varying clinical and radiological views.
Rhombencephalosynapsis (RS) is a rare congenital posterior fossa malformation characterised by hypogenesis or agenesis of the vermis, dorsal fusion of cerebellar hemispheres, and fusion of the dentate nuclei and superior cerebellar peduncles [3].
3), a diagnosis of Joubert syndrome and related disorders (2) was made by the pathognomic finding of a 'molar tooth' sign at the ponto-mesencephalic junction, representing vermian aplasia and stretched superior cerebellar peduncles with a deep interpeduncular fossa.
Basilar artery branches include the posterior cerebral, posterior choroidal artery, anterior inferior cerebellar and superior cerebellar arteries.[10,12] The posterior cerebral artery supplies blood to the occipital lobes, medial and inferior surfaces of the temporal lobe, midbrain and third and lateral ventricles.[12] When the posterior cerebral artery is occluded, the clinical symptoms include contralateral hemiplegia, sensory loss and ipsilateral visual field deficits.[6,23] The weakness seen with occlusion of the posterior cerebral artery is usually greater in the face and upper extremities.[23]
The appearance of mesencephalon and superior cerebellar peduncles has been described as molar tooth sign.
However atrophy of mamillary bodies, superior cerebellar vermis and cortex may be permanent.
Magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion tensor imaging examinations have shown that functional interruptions of white matter bundles involving the efferent axons in the superior cerebellar pedincules are an important pathophysiological component of cerebellar mutism (23).
He observed a severe decrease in Purkinje cell density with increasing age in superior cerebellar vermis but not in the inferior cerebellar vermis.
(37) have demonstrated that superior cerebellar peduncle atrophy is correlated to onset age, disease duration, and weight of clinical findings.
Clinical diagnosis and imaging parameters (Patterns of Regional Atrophy, Signal Changes or Microstructural Changes in T2 and Flair in Basal Ganglia, Pons, Midbrain, Middle and Superior Cerebellar Peduncles and Cerebral Subcortical White Matter) are studied.
The Saltzman type I PTA joins the basilar artery at the level between superior cerebellar artery (SCA) and anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA).
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