19 November 2021>: Articles
Delayed Tentorial Subdural Hematoma Caused by Traumatic Posterior Cerebral Artery Aneurysm: A Case Report and Literature Review
Unusual clinical courseMichiyasu Fuga A* , Toshihide Tanaka C , Ryo Nogami B , Rintaro Tachi B , Akihiko Teshigawara A , Toshihiro Ishibashi A , Yuzuru Hasegawa D , Yuichi Murayama A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e933771
Figure 3. Three-dimensional digital subtraction angiography and left vertebral artery angiography (VAG) in the late phase demonstrates peripheral posterior cerebral artery aneurysm (arrow), including absence of a clear neck, irregular contours, and delayed filling and emptying of the aneurysm (A). The fluoroscopic view (B) and left VAG (C) show the parent artery occluded by 5 coils. Left VAG 2 years after embolization demonstrates complete occlusion without recanalization (D). Picture-in-picture in (C): The yellow curve shows the area of coil embolization.