OnExamination FRCS General Surgery (Updated Feb 2023) (PDF)


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Which one of the following is a feature of carotid artery stenosis?   Ataxia   Drop attacks   Central retinal artery occlusion   Episodic vertigo   Ipsilateral hemiplegia 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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