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 Vol 5: Bilateral inverted vertebral arteries (V3 segment) in a case of congenital atlantoaxial dislocation: Distinct entity or a lateral variant of persistent first intersegmental artery


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This article is from Surgical Neurology International, volume 5.AbstractBackground:: Anomalous vertebral arteries (VAs), commonly involving the persistent first intersegmental artery (FIA), are often seen with congenital atlantoaxial dislocations (AAD). Here we describe an unusual variant consisting of bilateral VAs with normal loops but passing be

Author: Salunke, Pravin; Sahoo, Sushanta K.; Ghuman, Mandeep S.

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