acute basilar artery thrombosis, BAT, angiogram, stenting
Investigative Techniques | Neurology | Therapeutics
Acute basilar artery thrombosis (BAT) is a life-threatening condition that can be treated by emergent mechanical thrombectomy (EMT). Recurrent acute BAT is a rare phenomenon. Here we describe a case of rapid recurrent acute BAT that was treated each time by EMT and finally by emergent basilar artery stenting with good outcome
Publisher or Conference
Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology
Cohen M, Imran A, Garg A. Rapidly recurrent basilar artery thrombosis treated with emergent mechanical thrombectomies and stenting. Poster presented at: Society of Interventional Neurology Annual Meeting; November 20-23, 2019; Atlanta, GA.
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