A Anterior cerebral artery
B Basilar artery
C Complete anterior choroidal occlusion
D Inferior division of middle cerebral artery (dominant hemisphere)
E Posterior cerebral arteries
F Posterior inferior cerebellar artery
G Small vessel lacunar stroke
H Superior division of middle cerebral artery(dominant hemisphere)
I Thalamogeniculate artery
Match the clinical syndrome with the site of arterial occlusion.
A 72-year-old man with gait apraxia and paralysis of the opposite foot and leg.
A man with sudden onset of bilateral complete visual loss. There are no abnormalities of the anterior chamber or retina and pupillary reaction to light is preserved.
A 69-year-old woman who develops contralateral hemisensory loss and describes severe burning pain in the affected area.
A 60-year-old who with a fluent dysphasia who is unable to comprehend instructions.