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Magnetic Resonance Angiographic Evaluation of Circle of Willis in General Population: A Morphologic Study in 507 Cases.
Berry, "Circle of Willis in cerebral vascular disorders.
Circle of Willis is formed at the base of the brain in order to preserve the cerebral perfusion well enough to avoid the symptoms of ischemia in case of blockage of any arterial system.
Observation on the length and diameter of vessels forming the circle of Willis. J Anat 1981;133:419-23.
described stroke in a 27-year-old female patient with neuroimaging findings of fusiform aneurysmal dilatation of the arteries of the circle of Willis. (27) Autopsy findings revealed fusiform dilatation of left ICA, and left MCA branches.
Wenz et al., "Anatomical variations in the posterior part of the circle of willis and vascular pathology in bilateral thalamic infarction," Journal of Neurogenetics, vol.
(19.) Macchi C, Catinic, Federico C, et al.: MRA evolution of circle of Willis: "A morphologic study in human healthy subjects." Ital J Anat embryo Apr-June 101(2):115-23 NCBI (internet), 1996.
Due to refractory headache and vertigo, MRI was done which revealed suprasellar arachnoid cyst causing mild obstructive hydrocephalus with displacement of arteries in circle of Willis.