callosomarginal

cal·lo·so·mar·gin·al

(ka-lō'sō-mar'jin-ăl),
Relating to the corpus callosum and the cingulate gyrus; denoting the sulcus between them.
See also: sulcus of corpus callosum.

callosomarginal

(kă-lō″sō-măr′jĭ-năl) [L. callus, hardened skin, + margo, margin]
Pert. to the corpus callosum and marginal gyrus; marking the sulcus between them.
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Additionally, three neoaneurysms that were found include a periophthalmic aneurysm of the right internal carotid artery, approximately 5 mm, a fusiform dilation aneurysm at the pericallosal and callosomarginal bifurcation, and a basilar tip aneurysm, approximately 1.5-2 mm and 4 mm, respectively (Figures 2(b) and 2(c)) and were assessed as Fisher grade IV.
Postoperative formal angiogram, less than 3 weeks from her previous cerebral angiogram, showed that the previously identified fusiform dilations associated with the right pericallosal and callosomarginal bifurcation segment now had a small saccular component with a neck of 5 mm and a height of 7 mm (Figure 2(b)).
The segment which originates from the internal carotid artery to the origin of the anterior communicating artery was defined as segment A1 and the segment that originates from the AComA to the site proximal to its bifurcation in the pericallosal and callosomarginal arteries was defined as segment A2 (Krzyzewski et al., 2015).
The arterial vascularization comes from pericallosal, callosomarginal and fronto polar arteries by perforating arteries
Computed tomographic angiography revealed an irregular narrowing of the right callosomarginal artery.
The arterial and capillary phase from the left internal carotid angiogram demonstrated a number of small "corkscrew" vessels originating from the distal left callosomarginal artery, with no obvious contribution from either anterior falcine artery, as expected from a parasagittalpresumably dural based lesion.