cervical artery


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cervical artery

The ascending cervical, the deep cervical, the superficial cervical, or the transverse cervical artery.
See also: artery
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(4.) Engelter ST, Ground-Ginsbach C, Metso TM, Metso AJ, Kloss M, Debette S, et al.; for the Cervical Artery Dissection and Ischemic Stroke Patients (CADISP) Study Group.
(3) Noninvasive imaging has since greatly improved the diagnosis of cervical artery dissection and of stroke, (4) and cervical artery dissection is now recognized as pathogenic of strokes occurring in association with chiropractic manipulation.
Mokri, "Incidence and outcome of cervical artery dissection: a populationbased study," Neurology, vol.
Weber et al., "Pathogenesis of cervical artery dissections: Association with connective tissue abnormalities," Neurology, vol.
Environmental Factors and Cervical Artery Dissection.
Herzog, "Cervical artery dissection: a biomechanical perspective," The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, vol.
PHILADELPHIA -- Migraine with aura seems to be a risk factor for cervical artery dissection, Dr.
His study of 626 subjects found that migraine and migraine with aura were significantly more common among both men and women who had experienced a cervical artery dissection than among control subjects.
Ultrasound findings in cervical artery dissection, dural fistula, gomus tumor, and vasculitis are then presented.
Sternocleidomastoid muscle [6] is rich in its vascularity from occipital artery from its upper third, superior thyroid artery in its mid portion and transverse cervical artery inferiorly.