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acute infarct

Kang PK - MedPix

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: acute infarct

History: 36 year-old woman with sudden-onset left-sided hemiparesis. PMH is significant for a history of SLE.

Findings: Non-contrast CT images of the head with "stroke window" settings demonstrate a wedge-shaped focal area of decreased density and loss of gray-white matter differentiation at the leve of the right frontal lobe, just anterior to the central sulcus. Diffusion weighted and associated ADC map axial MR images show a corresponding focus of restricted diffusion, consistent with an acute infarct.

Ddx: acute infarct

Exam: N/C

No MeSH data available.


Non-contrast CT images of the head with "stroke window" settings demonstrate a wedge-shaped focal area of decreased density and loss of gray-white matter differentiation at the leve of the right frontal lobe, just anterior to the central sulcus.
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acute infarct

Kang PK - MedPix

Non-contrast CT images of the head with "stroke window" settings demonstrate a wedge-shaped focal area of decreased density and loss of gray-white matter differentiation at the leve of the right frontal lobe, just anterior to the central sulcus.
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MPX2606_synpic25195: Non-contrast CT images of the head with "stroke window" settings demonstrate a wedge-shaped focal area of decreased density and loss of gray-white matter differentiation at the leve of the right frontal lobe, just anterior to the central sulcus.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: acute infarct

History: 36 year-old woman with sudden-onset left-sided hemiparesis. PMH is significant for a history of SLE.

Findings: Non-contrast CT images of the head with "stroke window" settings demonstrate a wedge-shaped focal area of decreased density and loss of gray-white matter differentiation at the leve of the right frontal lobe, just anterior to the central sulcus. Diffusion weighted and associated ADC map axial MR images show a corresponding focus of restricted diffusion, consistent with an acute infarct.

Ddx: acute infarct

Exam: N/C

No MeSH data available.