Post-concussive Syndrome Or Something Deeper, Still? - Page #3
 

Other Studies:
MRI without contrast: The T2 phase demonstrated a probable arterial loop arising from an M2 branch of the right middle cerebral artery and right anterior temporal region with a rounded contour mimicking a 9 mm aneurysm Case Photo #1. MR angiogram was recommended.
MR Angiogram: No aneurysm was seen. However, the radiologist identified high-grade stenosis of the proximal and mid left transverse sinus consistent with venous sinus occlusive disease, with distal flow within the left sigmoid sinus and proximal left internal jugular vein. Case Photo #2 Case Photo #3

Consultations:
Neurosurgery

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