Brain and Nerve No to Shinkei Volume 52, Issue 9 (September 2000)

A Case of Delayed Subrachnoid Hemorrhage from Vertebrobasilar Artery Dissecting Aneurysm Kazumi Ogane 1 , Seiichirou Fujita 2 , Hiroki Ohkuma 1 , Shigeharu Suzuki 1 1Department of Neurosurgery, Hirosaki University School of Medicine 2Department of Neurosurgery, Mutsu General Hospital Keyword: headache , vertebrobasilar artery , dissecting aneurysm , subarachnoid hemorrhage pp.827-831
Published Date 2000/9/1
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We report a case of delayed subarachnoid hemor-rhage (SAH) from a vertebrobasilar artery dissecting aneurysm (VBA-DA). The patient was a healthy 32-year-old woman with a sudden onset of severe occipi-talgia. Next day, her headache improved gradually, and she consulted with our department. Although we initially suspected that she was suffering from SAH, neurological findings, CT, and cerebrospinal fluid ex-amination did not reveal any abnormal conditions, in-cluding SAH. Therefore, she was treated conserva-tively with analgesics.

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Brain and Nerve 脳と神経
52巻9号 (2000年9月)
電子版ISSN 2185-405X 印刷版ISSN 0006-8969 医学書院