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1c,d). Instead of draining into the subependymal veins, these veins were connected to several dilated central medullary veins that coursed anteriorly in the parenchyma of the temporal lobe to drain into the deep sylvian veins where they were joined by the insular veins. The deep sylvian veins finally drained into the cavernous sinus through the sphenoparietal sinus. The left internal cerebral vein drained into the mvm through subependymal veins such as the inferior ventricular vein and the lateral atrial vein. The left transverse sinus and the left vein of labbe were not well developed. The left basal vein of rosenthal was not visualized. The galenic system was not visualized on the left, even though the internal cerebral vein, the basal vein, vein of galen, and the straight sinus were all normally visualized on the right. Case 2 in a 60-year-old woman, ct following head trauma incidentally disclosed left temporal mvm. Instead of conventional angiography, enhanced mr imaging and mr angiography by a three-dimensional time-of-flight method were carried out to evaluate the lesion. As in case 1, the dilated deep medullary veins originated from the temporal subcortical area approximately 25 mm from the ventricular wall, and converged towards the superolateral wall of the inferior horn and the atrium of the lateral ventricle (figure 2a,b). Mr angiography and three-dimensional ct angiography showed dilation of subependymal veins such as the inferior ventricular veins and the lateral atrial veins (figure 2cd). A large central medullary vein that collected drainage from these subependymal veins coursed anterolaterally to the cortical surface of the left temporal lobe and finally emptied into the sigmoid sinus through the vein of labbe. The left transverse sinus and the left sylvian veins were undeveloped, as also was true for the left basal vein of rosenthal. The internal cerebral vein was visualized. Results reported mvms in the temporal lobe with sufficient data for analysis (14, including our two cases) are listed in table 1. Irrespective of the reported diagnosis, we excluded other cases from consideration because no angiographic demonstration was shown and detailed angiographic findings were not described. Localization of mvm the mvms frequently were seen in the superolateral portion of the temporal lobe near either the atrium or the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle. Dilated medullary veins arose 10 to 25 mm from the atrium or the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle and converged toward the superolateral aspect of the ventricular wall. Classification of drainage conventional angiography and mr angiography depicted two major types of drainage pathway, deep and superficial. buy cheap viagra cheap generic viagra floridalighttacklecharters.com/thq-generic-viagra-shipped-overnight-zs/ cheap viagra online buy cheap viagra viagra without a doctor prescription viagra without a doctor prescription cheap viagra canada buy viagra buy viagra online Deep drainage (three cases) dilated.