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Fig. 2

From: Recurrent risk of ischemic stroke due to Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia

Fig. 2

Brain ischemia due to Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia. A 76-year-old man admitted to the hospital with dizziness and slightly slurred speech. The 3D-TOF MRA showed extremely distorted basilar artery (A). The left vertebral artery (B) crossed the midline (white arrowhead) and merged the contralateral vertebral artery at the right cerebellopontine foot (C). In the contralateral side of the lateral displacement of the basilar artery tortuosity, a hyperintensity of lacuna lesions (C) can be seen in the center of the pons (white arrow), which may be caused by perforating artery occlusion due to the buckling or stretching of the circuitous basilar artery

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