Vascular anomaly at the craniocervical junction presenting with sub arachnoid hemorrhage: Dilemma in Imaging Diagnosis, Endovascular Management and Complications

The Teaching Point: Imaging diagnosis of vascular pathologies of the brain may be potentially misleading if CT Angiography is the only method used. If a patient is clinically stable, catheter-based angiography remains the gold standard for definitive characterization of intracranial vascular pathologies and should be considered prior to any intervention.
It is important to not forget in last resort, the relevance of catheter-based angiography

Source: Vascular anomaly at the craniocervical junction presenting with sub arachnoid hemorrhage: Dilemma in Imaging Diagnosis, Endovascular Management and Complications

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