A basilar artery intraluminal septation is an exceedingly rarely reported, presumed congenital abnormality. In our clinical practice, we have occasionally noticed an intraluminal band within the inferior aspect of the basilar artery on CTA. Furthermore, we have noticed, at times, the presence of a punctate calcification associated with this finding. We hypothesized that what previous studies have called "basilar septations" in fact represent miniature and thus aberrant basilar fenestrations.
AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology – Pubmed
Published: Feb 19, 2021
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