- •Patient presented with recurrent transient episodes of neurological symptoms including weakness and speech difficulty
- •Imaging studies revealed recurrent transient vasospasm of bilateral extracranial internal carotid arteries
- •Pt carried a remote diagnosis of traumatic left ICA dissection but no dissection flap or pseudo-aneurysm was ever identified
- •Patient reported regular recreational marijuana use
- •Link between marijuana use and extracranial internal carotid artery vasospasm is proposed
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