Normal CTA head

Case contributed by Dr Craig Hacking


Right sided weakness resolving. Intoxicated.

Patient Data

Age: 50-55 years
Gender: Male

CTA Circle of Willis

Intracranial circulation is unremarkable with no vascular malformation, aneurysm or stenosis. No branch occlusion.

Dominant left vertebral artery. Hypoplastic / absent right A1.

Case Discussion

This is an illustrative case of a normal CT angiography obtained with contrast administration.

Please, refer on the article normal brain imaging examples for more examples like this one. 


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Case information

rID: 40801
Published: 4th Nov 2015
Last edited: 26th Aug 2017
Tag: rmh
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