ARTERY OF PERCHERON INFARCT- A CASE REPORT
Dr. Grace Jacob*
Bilateral thalamic infarcts are rare occurrences. The typical clinical features of occlusion of the Artery of Percheron include altered level of consciousness, behavioral changes, memory impairment, and vertical gaze palsy. Herein we report a 44 year old lady who presented with Artery of Percheron infarction.
Keywords: Artery of Percheron, Thalamic infarct, Vertical gaze palsy.
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