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Narrowing of basilar artery

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I just had an MRI with contrast and it states that I have mild asymmetric opercular atrophy on the left and slight dolichoectasia of the vertebral basilar artery on the left. What does this mean? ...

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on the right. Basilar artery is mildly ecstatic and tortuous. ...

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midline shift. Symmetrical hippocampi. Flow voids are present in intracranial portions of internal carotid, vertebral and basilar arteries. Slight mucoperiosteal thickening in paranasal sinuses What does ...

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..she have.proximal basilar artery stenosis approx80% severe calcific aortic vale stenosis diabetes ... <50%stenosis) proximal basilar artery stenosis =70-80% please tell me can do aorta valve replacement ...

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stem (inc basilar artery ) would have beenincluded on this scan? Thank you again ...

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vertebral artery appears hypoplastic with basilar artery only filled from the left vertebral artery ...

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just trying to understand what this means:The basilar artery appears ectatic impinging upon ... on the ectatic basilar on the left cerebral peduncle. ...

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artery is unremarkable. They converge to form the basilar artery, which also appears unremarkable. What ...MRI report says The vertebral arteries originate from the proximal subclavian arteries. The left ...

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can you explain what is expected flow-voids are present within the carotid and basilar arteries? and what is a partial opacification of the left mastoid air cells? and one last question should I ...

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and left middle cerebral arteries appear normal. Basilar artery tip is normally seen. There is mild tortuosity of vertebral basilar artery with no focal narrowing. Posterior cerebral arteries appear normal ...

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and basilar arteries are patent. The distal internal carotid arteries are unremarkable.. The anterior, middle ... arising from the very distal basilar artery on the right. There is prominence to the origin of this vessel ...

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Hi, I have been treated for a ruptured basilar artery aneurysm. It is coiled and I have a vp shunt in place. I also have aneurysms of my ICA and vertebral artery that my neuro is watching. Just recently I ...

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of the posterior origin of the occipital artery from the internal carotid artery at the C2 level. Both vertebral arteries are patent and codominant, giving rise to a normal basilar artery. CTscan impression states ...

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Just received a report of my MRI. MRI prescribed by my mom s neurosurgeon because she had a small aneurysm near her pons area, her youngest brother had a massive basilar artery aneurysm, my maternal ...

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and erode into the cortical bone along the posterior aspect of the clivus. Basilar artery is displaced ...

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this usually doesn't mean anything serious but is an artifact on the scan