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Cerebral infarct, PCA territory, bilateral

Rees JHR - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cerebral infarct, PCA territory, bilateral

History: Sudden onset of blindness in both eyes

Findings: Bilateral occipital lesions of abnormal decreased attenuation

Exam: Pupils react to light, but patient cannot see

No MeSH data available.


Bilateral PCA territory infarcts. Notice the abnormal low attenuation in the medial portion of both hemispheres posteriorly (occipital lobes).
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Cerebral infarct, PCA territory, bilateral

Rees JHR - MedPix (2006)

Bilateral PCA territory infarcts. Notice the abnormal low attenuation in the medial portion of both hemispheres posteriorly (occipital lobes).
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MPX1117_synpic15330: Bilateral PCA territory infarcts. Notice the abnormal low attenuation in the medial portion of both hemispheres posteriorly (occipital lobes).

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cerebral infarct, PCA territory, bilateral

History: Sudden onset of blindness in both eyes

Findings: Bilateral occipital lesions of abnormal decreased attenuation

Exam: Pupils react to light, but patient cannot see

No MeSH data available.