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Acute Stroke, Hemorrhage in Basal Ganglia

Grimson JMG - MedPix

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Acute Stroke, Hemorrhage in Basal Ganglia

History: 36 year old male with long standing history of poorly controlled hypertension. Patient reported to medical attention with right upper and lower extremity weakness and expressive aphasia.

Findings: Hemorrhage of the putamen with local edema and mass effect.

Ddx: Hypertensive hemorrhage of the putamen Bleeding mass lesion Bleeding vascular malformation

Dxhow: By imaging

Exam: Right upper and lower extremity weakness, expressive aphasia. Blood pressure 200/160.

No MeSH data available.


Follow-up coronal MPGR MRI image of the brain was obtained 3 months following his initial presentation. Low signal in the region of the prior hemorrhage is consistent with hemosiderin deposition. Note the decrease in mass effect at this time.
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MPX1672_synpic24429: Follow-up coronal MPGR MRI image of the brain was obtained 3 months following his initial presentation. Low signal in the region of the prior hemorrhage is consistent with hemosiderin deposition. Note the decrease in mass effect at this time.


Acute Stroke, Hemorrhage in Basal Ganglia

Grimson JMG - MedPix

Follow-up coronal MPGR MRI image of the brain was obtained 3 months following his initial presentation. Low signal in the region of the prior hemorrhage is consistent with hemosiderin deposition. Note the decrease in mass effect at this time.
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MPX1672_synpic24429: Follow-up coronal MPGR MRI image of the brain was obtained 3 months following his initial presentation. Low signal in the region of the prior hemorrhage is consistent with hemosiderin deposition. Note the decrease in mass effect at this time.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Acute Stroke, Hemorrhage in Basal Ganglia

History: 36 year old male with long standing history of poorly controlled hypertension. Patient reported to medical attention with right upper and lower extremity weakness and expressive aphasia.

Findings: Hemorrhage of the putamen with local edema and mass effect.

Ddx: Hypertensive hemorrhage of the putamen Bleeding mass lesion Bleeding vascular malformation

Dxhow: By imaging

Exam: Right upper and lower extremity weakness, expressive aphasia. Blood pressure 200/160.

No MeSH data available.