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Occlusion of vertebral artery due to transverse canal osteochondroma

Abstract : Osteochondroma is a non-rare benign osseous neoplasm [1] that is often observed within the posterior arch of vertebrae. Vascular compression may be observed because of this exuberant bone formation [2]. Vertebral artery compression in transverse canal is exceptional. We report on a case of vertebral artery occlusion related to compressive osteochondroma, responsible for acute stroke in the vertebrobasilar system.
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S Fadili, Frédéric Clarençon, François Bonneville, Julien Savatovsky, Sandrine Deltour, et al.. Occlusion of vertebral artery due to transverse canal osteochondroma. Clinical Neuroradiology, 2014, 24 (4), pp.395-7. ⟨10.1007/s00062-013-0259-1⟩. ⟨hal-01251821⟩



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