Where does the Medial Striate A. branch from?
Anterior Cerebral A
What does the Medial Striate A. supply?
head of caudate nucleus
Where do the Lenticulostriate AA. branch from?
Middle cerebral A
What do the Lenticulostriate AA supply?
putamen, globus pallidus, top of thalamus
Where do the Thalamoperforating AA branch from?
Posterior Cerebral A
What do the Thalamoperforating AA. supply?
Which area is most vulnerable in someone with high blood pressure who smokes? What clinical aspects are seen?
Thalamoperforating AAs. - leads to contralateral motor issues
What is Hemiballismus? When is it seen?
flailing, ballistic undesired movement of limbs - characteristic with strokes involving subthalamic nucleus