cerebral arteries


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ce·re·bral ar·ter·ies

arteries related to and supplying the cerebral cortex. See: anterior cerebral artery, middle cerebral artery, posterior cerebral artery.

ce·re·bral ar·te·ries

(serĕ-brăl ahrtĕr-ēz)
Those related to and supplying cerebral cortex.
See: anterior cerebral artery

cerebral arteries,

n.pl the arteries to the brain that supply the cerebrum.
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Bilateral symmetrical stenoses or occlusion of the terminal internal carotid arteries and proximal portions of the anterior and/or middle cerebral arteries.
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Moyamoya disease is characterized by a slowly progressive stenosis and obliteration of the large vessels at the base of the brain, affecting mainly the supraclinoid segment of the internal carotid artery and the initial portion of the anterior or middle cerebral arteries and the posterior cerebral arteries (1).
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