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Supplies blood to most of the temporal lobe, anterolateral frontal lobe, and parietal lobe.
Perforating branches supply the posterior limb of the internal capsule, part of the head and body of the caudate and globus pallidus.
Unilateral occlusion of Middle Cerebral Arteries at the stem ( proximal M1 segment ) results in:
Usually occlusion is embolic in nature.
Thrombotic occlusion more common in carotids.
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