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Which one of the following is a feature of carotid artery stenosis?
Central retinal artery occlusion
Key Learning Point
Signs typical of the anterior (carotid) territory include ipsilateral retinal artery occlusion/amaurosis fugax, contralateral hemiplegia, dysphasia, and sensory loss.
Signs typical of the anterior (carotid) territory include:
- Ipsilateral retinal artery occlusion/amaurosis fugax
- Contralateral hemiplegia
- Dysphasia, and
- Sensory loss.
Features of the vertebrobasilar artery include vertigo/drop attacks, ataxia and vertigo.
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