By Neil M. Borden MD
The 1st atlas to offer neurovascular details and pictures in accordance with catheter 3D rotational angiographic reports. The striking 3D photos are largely categorized and juxtaposed with traditional second angiograms for orientation and comparability. Anatomical colour drawings and concise descriptions of the most important intracranial vascular territories extra increase figuring out of the advanced cerebral vasculature. This atlas is an integral reference for an individual looking a fuller appreciation of intracranial and cervical anatomy and pathology, despite area of expertise.
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Lasjaunias. 1992. Surgical Neuroangiography: Functional Anatomy of the Craniofacial Arteries, Volume 1. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1992, pp. 239–244. 6. Berenstein and Lasjaunias, pp. 231–237. 7. L. Stillwell. 1969. Arteries and Veins of the Human Brain. Springﬁeld, Ill: Charles C Thomas, pp. 71–73. 48 CERVICAL VASCULATURE (a) (b) Fig. 1 (a, b) Frontal (a) and lateral (b) left common carotid artery injection. Normal 2D appearance of the left common carotid artery bifurcation region. FIGURE KEY (a) 1 common carotid artery 2 internal carotid artery 2b carotid bulb 3 external carotid artery 4 ascending pharyngeal artery 5 occipital artery 6 posterior auricular artery 7 superior thyroid artery 9 lingual artery 10 facial artery 11 superﬁcial temporal artery 12 internal maxillary artery (b) 49 3D ANGIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY (a) (b) (a) (b) Fig.
The two terminal branches of the primary external carotid artery are the superficial temporal artery (STA) and the internal maxillary artery (IMAX). These terminal branches arise near the superior ramus of the mandible. The STA arises within the parotid gland ascending deep to the temporalis muscle, crosses the zygomatic process giving off the transverse facial artery, and divides into terminal branches to supply the majority of the 43 O N E 3D ANGIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY scalp.
A. Flom. 1996. Postraumatic epistaxis from injury to the pterygovaginal artery. Am. J. Neuroradiol. 17:1148–1150. 4. E. Rosenbaum. 1974. The normal and anomalous aortic arch and brachiocephalic arteries. In Radiology of the Skull and Brain: Angiography Volume 2. H. G. , St. V. 1145–1163. 47 3D ANGIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY 5. Berenstein A, and P. Lasjaunias. 1992. Surgical Neuroangiography: Functional Anatomy of the Craniofacial Arteries, Volume 1. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1992, pp.
3D Angiographic Atlas of Neurovascular Anatomy and Pathology by Neil M. Borden MD