For example, vertebral artery occlusion immediately distal to the radiculomedullary
ASA contribution risks the possibility of thrombosis of the vertebral artery and compromise of this ASA segment.
It was speculated that wedging of a guiding catheter in the VA caused thromboemboli or insufficient perfusion of the radiculomedullary
artery and finally spinal cord infarction.
In general, the major extrinsic arteries of the spinal cord are the anterior and posterior spinal arteries, anterior and posterior radiculomedullary
arteries and pial arteries.
Selective posterior rhizotomy at the posterior radiculomedullary
junction in the treatment of hyperspasticity and pain in the lower limbs.