meningeal artery


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Synonyms for meningeal artery

any of three arteries supplying the meninges of the brain and neighboring structures

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The origination of this hematoma occurs either from the traumatic injury to temporal lobes resulting in middle meningeal artery braches laceration or tear or fracture of occipital bones with secondary injury to transverse sinus 13 .
These were thin vessels arose from the medial meningeal artery and ascending palatine artery.
He deduced that in the single skull the middle meningeal artery arose from the infra orbital artery (2).
Preoperative angiography revealed that the extremely vascular mass was supplied by branches of the left external carotid artery, including the meningeal branch of the occipital artery, the ascending pharyngeal artery, and the middle meningeal artery.
An arteriogram revealed a prominent neovascular blush arising from the anterior branch of the left middle meningeal artery, lending credence to the preliminary diagnosis of meningioma.
Differential diagnosis: Temporal artery pseudoaneurysm may mimic epidermal inclusion cysts, lipomas, hematomas, abscesses, sebaceous cysts, aneurysms, arteriovenous fistulas of the middle meningeal artery, vascular and soft tissue tumors, lymphadenopathy, meningocele, and encephalocele.
In children, as the bony ridge that carries the middle meningeal artery is not yet formed, an injury of this artery is less frequently seen after a head trauma and fracture.
The MRA revealed a dural arteriovenous fistula (AVF) between the left middle meningeal artery and a cortical vein with retrograde drainage into Labbe's vein (Figure 2).
The intrapetrosal portion is supplied by the superficial petrosal branch of the middle meningeal artery and the stylomastoid branch of the posterior auricular artery portion is supplied by the stylomastoid, posterior auricular, superficial temporal, and transverse facial arteries.