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Cerebral Infarction, Hyperdense MCA sign

Goldstein SJG - MedPix (2009)

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Affiliation: University of Kentucky

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cerebral Infarction, Hyperdense MCA sign

History: 61 year old man with a sudden onset of right-sided hemiparesis and aphasia.

Findings: • Hyperdense middle cerebral artery (MCA) on left • Extensive low attenuation region in the left MCA territory • Eyes deviated to side of brain lesion

Ddx: • cerebral infarction • tumor • abscess • trauma

Dxhow: Physical examination, CT scan and MRI

Exam: right-sided hemiparesis and aphasia

No MeSH data available.


Hyperdense Middle cerebral artery on left.  Extensive low attenuatino area of cerebral infarction in the MCA territory.  There is loss of gray-white distinction and subtle effacement of the sulci.
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Cerebral Infarction, Hyperdense MCA sign

Goldstein SJG - MedPix (2009)

Hyperdense Middle cerebral artery on left.  Extensive low attenuatino area of cerebral infarction in the MCA territory.  There is loss of gray-white distinction and subtle effacement of the sulci.
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MPX1783_synpic52020: Hyperdense Middle cerebral artery on left. Extensive low attenuatino area of cerebral infarction in the MCA territory. There is loss of gray-white distinction and subtle effacement of the sulci.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: University of Kentucky

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Cerebral Infarction, Hyperdense MCA sign

History: 61 year old man with a sudden onset of right-sided hemiparesis and aphasia.

Findings: • Hyperdense middle cerebral artery (MCA) on left • Extensive low attenuation region in the left MCA territory • Eyes deviated to side of brain lesion

Ddx: • cerebral infarction • tumor • abscess • trauma

Dxhow: Physical examination, CT scan and MRI

Exam: right-sided hemiparesis and aphasia

No MeSH data available.