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Frontalhirn pp 145-159 | Cite as

Vaskuläre Erkrankungen des Frontalhirns

  • R. R. Diehl
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Zusammenfassung

Im Normalfall werden der frontale Kortex und das oberflächliche Marklager durch folgende Äste gespeist:
  • A. cerebri media (ACM; dorsolaterale Konvexität) und

  • A. cerebri anterior (ACA; ventrale und mediale Fläche bis 2–3 cm über die Mantelkante nach dorsal reichend).

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