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The anatomical structure of the circulus arteriosus cerebri was first described by Thomas Willis in 1664.
Many variations in the circulus arteriosus cerebri (CAC) have since been reported in the literature.
The extent to which anatomical variations within the circle influence aneurysm formation in a South African sample has not yet been established.
The results of such a study would be of value to clinicians and vascular surgeons treating patients with vascular diseases.
The aim of the study was to determine if there is a correlation between arterial variations in the circulus arteriosus cerebri and cerebral aneurysm formation.
Francesca du Toit is an anatomist by education.
She obtained her Masters degree in the Medical Science cum laude from the University of Cape Town in her home country of South Africa.
She is currently busy with her PhD in Neuroanatomy, studying the venous drainage patterns of the brain.
Francesca lives in Cape Town, South Africa.
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