POSTERIOR INFERIOR CEREBELLAR ARTERY SYNDROME IN A PATIENT WITH PRIOR CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT
Ravi Chandra C V*, Shivakumar Ajay Kumar
Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Syndrome also known as Lateral Medullary Syndrome or Wallenberg Syndrome is a clinical neurological condition in which an infarction or stroke occurs in the lateral medulla of brain stem resulting in blockage of the intracranial portion of the vertebral artery along with posterior inferior cerebellar artery, superior middle and inferior medullary arteries. It is characterized by several symptoms due to a neurological disorder of the brain stem affecting bodily functions.
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