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Fig. 2. Axial views of sequences showing subacute infarction in the right posterior cerebral artery (PCA) territory. High signal intensity in the right occipital lobe, mesial temporal lobe, and posterolateral thalamus on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery sequence (A, B) indicate vasogenic edema. Parenchymal enhancements in the PCA territory on gadolinium enhanced T1-weighted image (T1WI) (C), and several curvilinear high signal intensity foci on T1WI (D), which mean cortical laminar necrosis, indicate subacute stage of infarction. Dark signal intensity foci on T2*-weighted gradient echo sequence image (E) mean hemorrhagic transformation. Note the combined scanty amount of intraventricular hemorrhage (arrow in F).
Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience 2019;17:453~457
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