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* '''A''' - The most common persistent embryonic carotid-vertebrobasilar anastomosis is the trigeminal artery. A persistent trigeminal artery consists of a connection between the intracranial internal carotid artery and the basilar artery, usually in the basilar midsegment or distally near the origin of the superior cerebellar arteries.  
 
* '''A''' - The most common persistent embryonic carotid-vertebrobasilar anastomosis is the trigeminal artery. A persistent trigeminal artery consists of a connection between the intracranial internal carotid artery and the basilar artery, usually in the basilar midsegment or distally near the origin of the superior cerebellar arteries.  
* '''B''' - A rarer variant is the persistence of the hypoglossal artery, which is distinguished from a persistent proatlantal artery because it enters the skull via the [[:File:Gray0193.jpg|hypoglossal canal]] rather than the foramen magnum.
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* '''B''' - A rarer variant is the persistence of the hypoglossal artery, which is distinguished from a persistent proatlantal artery because it enters the skull via the [[:File:Gray0129.jpg|hypoglossal canal]] rather than the foramen magnum.
  
  

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Trigeminal Artery and Hypoglossal Artery

  • A - The most common persistent embryonic carotid-vertebrobasilar anastomosis is the trigeminal artery. A persistent trigeminal artery consists of a connection between the intracranial internal carotid artery and the basilar artery, usually in the basilar midsegment or distally near the origin of the superior cerebellar arteries.
  • B - A rarer variant is the persistence of the hypoglossal artery, which is distinguished from a persistent proatlantal artery because it enters the skull via the hypoglossal canal rather than the foramen magnum.


Links: Overview cartoon | Early vascular changes | Persistent trigeminal and hypoglossal arteries | Persistent trigeminal artery | Cardiovascular System Development | Neural - Cerebrum Development

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