The Meningal Branch of the Occipital Artery
The arterial blood supply of the dura mater in the posterior cranial fossa is often attributed to the pharyngeal artery, whereby the role of the occipital artery is not considered. It is our aim to draw attention to the meningeal ramus of the occipital artery, as this meningeal artery is important in regard to diagnosis as well as to operation.
KeywordsDura Mater Posterior Surface Terminal Branch Occipital Bone Sigmoid Sinus
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