By Neil M. Borden MD
The 1st atlas to give neurovascular info and pictures in response to catheter 3D rotational angiographic reviews. The excellent 3D photographs are generally classified and juxtaposed with traditional second angiograms for orientation and comparability. Anatomical colour drawings and concise descriptions of the foremost intracranial vascular territories additional improve realizing of the complicated cerebral vasculature. This atlas is an quintessential reference for somebody looking a fuller appreciation of intracranial and cervical anatomy and pathology, despite strong point.
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St. V. Mosby Company, pp. 1155, 1157, 1160. 35 3D ANGIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY Fig. 1 (a,b) Left anterior oblique 2D (a) and 3D (b) aortic arch angiograms. The 2D angiogram shows a more complete visualization of the normal branches. The 3D angiogram is of limited quality and fails to adequately image the normal anatomy. FIGURE KEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 14 15 ascending thoracic aorta descending thoracic aorta innominate artery right subclavian artery right common carotid artery right vertebral artery right internal mammary artery left subclavian artery left vertebral artery left thyrocervical trunk left internal mammary artery left common carotid artery (a) 36 THE AOTIC ARCH (b) 37 3D ANGIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY Fig.
Blood is then directed into the upper extremities and the head and neck through the innominate artery, the left common carotid artery, and the left subclavian artery. These vessels are collectively referred to as the great vessels. They arise in that order (in most instances) from the aortic arch. The aortic arch is semicircle in shape. Beyond the takeoff of the great vessels, the diameter of the aortic arch is approximately two-thirds that of the ascending aorta (1). In a typical situation, the ﬁrst branch of the aortic arch is the innominate artery.
Often a single dominant arterial branch to the brachial widening (brachial plexus C4-T1) of the cervical spinal cord arises from one or both vertebral arteries. At other times this important branch may arise from the thyrocervical trunk, costocervical trunk, or even from branches of the external carotid artery such as the superior thyroid artery. R E F E R E N C E S 1. Huber, P. 1982. Krayenbuhl/Yasargil Cerebral Angiography. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers, p. 37. 2. R. Casey. 2000. Cerebral Angiography.