RMCA

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Three-dimensional digital subtraction angiography demonstrating anterior communicating artery aneurysm ((b) arrow), A1 segment of left anterior cerebral artery ((b) arrowhead), bifurcation of right middle cerebral artery aneurysm ((c) arrow), and basilar artery bifurcation aneurysm ((d) arrow).
A 52-year-old man presented with signs of a right middle cerebral artery stroke.
Interestingly and co-incidentally all territorial, larger infarcts were located in the right middle cerebral artery territory!
Right common carotid artery (ECA) was exposed through a median incision in the neck, and a 4-0 nylon suture was inserted from the ECA to the right internal carotid artery to occlude the origin of the right middle cerebral artery. After 2 h of MCAO, the suture was removed to allow reperfu-sion of the ischemic area via the right common carotid artery.
A clot had passed through her heart and was stuck up in her right middle cerebral artery, which delivers blood to most of the right side of the brain.
In this case, it may be possible that the thalamus and the internal capsule may get involved initially as a result of involvement of right middle cerebral artery, prior to involvement of encephalon by the virus and resulting into the dense hemiplegia and facial nerve palsy.
Callahan's case, we elected an intra-arterial lysis of a clot in his right middle cerebral artery. Since he did not get any better clinically, we [surface] cooled him for 24 hours, then slowly rewarmed him.
Brain magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) revealed high-grade stenosis or obstruction in the right middle cerebral artery [Figure 1]c.
2: [A] MRI TiW axial [B] MRI TiW sagittal [C] CEMRI TiW axial [D] MRI T2W axial scan showing an intra axial well defined cystic SOL displaying CSF signal intensity with no post contrast enhancement and no perifocal edema noted in right middle cerebral artery territory measuring approximately 6.9*3.8 cm causing mass effect in the form of midline shift to left and compression of right lateral ventricles.
Blurring of the gray-white matter and sulcal effacement were present within the right middle cerebral artery (MCA) distribution, raising suspicion for acute ischemic infarct (Figure 1B).
Cerebral ischemia was produced in rats by occluding of the right middle cerebral artery, together with the right common carotid artery.
The absence of right internal carotid artery and disappearance of right middle cerebral artery were found by emergency magnetic resonance angiography (MRA).
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