PCA territory infarct
Eight hour duration of left sided visual symptoms and dizziness.
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Subtle low attenuation in the right occipital lobe, with effacement of the sulci comparative to the left side.
Appearances due to early infarct related oedema in right PCA territory.
Posterior cerebral artery infarct is one of the commonr territory infarcts observed in stroke.
Stroke may be subtle on CT in the early stages.
This cases illustrates the early signs of infarct due to oedemtous changes in the right PCA territory, with sulcal effacement compared to the uninvolved right occipital lobe.
Across clinical image never underestimate the value of comparison of paired structures in image review.