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There are multiple bilateral near symmetrical foci of restricted diffusion (appearing hyperintense on DWI with corresponding ADC images showing dark signal) seen in both cerebral hemispheres seen involving the deep white matter and sub-cortical white matter. There is no perilesional oedema. No large territorial infarctions. No gyral swelling or sulcal effacement. DWI / ADC : b1000, TR - 5600; TE 98; 3T Siemens Skyra
Modality: MRI (DWI)

- “ Case courtesy Dr. Ahmed Ajamy Elsayed Watershed infarctions typically occur at the junctional zones or border zone of the arterial territories du...”

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  • Watershed cerebral infarction - “ Watershed cerebral infarctions, also known as border zone infarcts, occur at the border between cerebral vascular territories where the tissue is ...”

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