This can become a source of distal emboli and can also result in mass effect on nearby structures such as lower cranial nerves and sympathetic fibers in the case of carotid dissection
and stroke after tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.
(3) Dissection associated with elongated styloids has been reported in the neurology literature, (4) but to the best of our knowledge, no prior reports have demonstrated TIA with a normal carotid and subsequent carotid dissection
during two separate clinical presentations.
; a complication of internal jugular vein canulation with the use of ultrasound.
The cause of the stroke in pediatric patients may be embolic (cardiac etiology), from a carotid dissection
, or cryptogenic.
Although many authors have written on PCI and BCI as a result of PNI or traumatic neck injuries, no one has reported a case or case series on PNI that resulted in blunt carotid dissection
Embolic stroke due to internal carotid dissection
: noninvasive monitoring of recanalization by color Doppler flow imaging and transcranial Doppler.
The main differential diagnostic considerations at cross-sectional imaging include carotid dissection
and large vessel arteritis.
From a technical point of view, preoperative otorhinolaryngoiatric visit and careful carotid dissection
are recommended to avoid the eventual life-threatening condition of bilateral vocal cord paralysis.
Baumgartner et al., "Carotid dissection
with and without ischemic events: local symptoms and cerebral artery findings," Neurology, vol.
The Coroner said he died from a "traumatic carotid dissection
following a kick by a cow".
I do not have specific experience with an athlete with a carotid dissection
that is lucky enough to return to running.