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Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal
Periodical of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists
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Study of the Variations in the Origin & Termination of Basilar Artery

Padmavathi.G, Rajeshwari.T, Niranjana Murthy. K.V.

Abstract
Basilar artery is formed by the union of two vertebral arteries and it terminates as two Posterior cerebral arteries. It gives of many vital branches supplying various parts of the brain.
The study was undertaken to throw light on the level of origin, level of termination of the basilar artery and also to note the variations in its formation and terminal branches.
Basilar artery was studied by the dissection method as per the Cunningham manual on 54 human brain specimens obtained from the Forensic medicine department of Government medical college-Mysore. The variation in the level of formation and termination of the basilar artery was noted and photographed.
A thorough knowledge of the anatomy of the basilar artery & the concerned variations is very important for the performance, understanding, interpretation of diagnostic & interventional neurovascular procedures.

Key words: Basilar artery,Variations, Neurovascular procedures



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, Rajeshwari.T, and Niranjana Murthy. K.V. "Study of the Variations in the Origin & Termination of Basilar Artery." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5 (2011), 54-59.



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, Rajeshwari.T, and Niranjana Murthy. K.V. "Study of the Variations in the Origin & Termination of Basilar Artery." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5.2 (2011), 54-59. Print.



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, & K.V, N. M. (2011) Study of the Variations in the Origin & Termination of Basilar Artery. Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 54-59.



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