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Brain and neck CTA following sudden sensorineural hearing loss (2)

Brain and neck computed tomography angiography revealed occlusion of the bilateral vertebral artery V3 segment, proximal V4 segment, and anterior inferior cerebellar artery bilaterally, as well as severe stenosis of the distal left vertebral artery V4 segment. (Source: Yuan Z, Xiang L, Liu R, Yue W. Case report: bilateral sudden deafness in acute middle cerebellar peduncle infarction: central or peripheral? Front Med [Lausanne] 2023;10:1174512. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International [CC BY 4.0] license,

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