48 hours later

Modality: CT
PICA infarct
Axial non-contrast
PICA infarct
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ This is an example of a PICA infarct evolving over 48 hours. Patient required craniotomy and resection of infarcted cerebellum. ”

Used in the following articles:

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