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Early cerebral infarction

Petermann GP - MedPix (2001)

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Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Early signs of cerebral infarction It can be difficult to visualize cerebral infarcts within the first 24 hours on routine noncontrast CT examinations. This is rapidly changing since our images have improved and can be augmented with contrast studies. Some early signs of infarction include: • basal ganglia obscuration (loss of gray-white demarcation) • hyperdense MCA / hyperintense MCA • the "insular ribbon sign" • Cortical gray white junction obscuration In some cases, we may see hyperdense distal MCA vessels, demonstrating intraluminal thrombus. Whereas a repeat CT scan from the next day may not demonstrate these hyperdense areas.

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Here is the normal level of the proximal Right MCA vessels where the hyperdense MCA is usually seen.
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MPX2633_synpic963: Here is the normal level of the proximal Right MCA vessels where the hyperdense MCA is usually seen.


Early cerebral infarction

Petermann GP - MedPix (2001)

Here is the normal level of the proximal Right MCA vessels where the hyperdense MCA is usually seen.
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MPX2633_synpic963: Here is the normal level of the proximal Right MCA vessels where the hyperdense MCA is usually seen.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Topic

Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Early signs of cerebral infarction It can be difficult to visualize cerebral infarcts within the first 24 hours on routine noncontrast CT examinations. This is rapidly changing since our images have improved and can be augmented with contrast studies. Some early signs of infarction include: • basal ganglia obscuration (loss of gray-white demarcation) • hyperdense MCA / hyperintense MCA • the "insular ribbon sign" • Cortical gray white junction obscuration In some cases, we may see hyperdense distal MCA vessels, demonstrating intraluminal thrombus. Whereas a repeat CT scan from the next day may not demonstrate these hyperdense areas.

No MeSH data available.