Items tagged “stroke”

135 results found
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Right MCA acute infarction with hyperdense sign

  Diagnosis certain
Andrew Van
Published 16 May 2016
86% complete
CT
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Hyperacute infarction

  Diagnosis certain
Abdallah Al Khateeb
Published 28 May 2016
92% complete
CT
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Anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA) infarct

Anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA) territory infarcts are much less common than posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA) infarcts. AICA generally arises from the caudal third of the basilar artery and supplies the lateral pons, inner ear, middle cerebellar peduncle and the anterior in...
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Left middle cerebral artery territory infarct - calcified embolus

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 28 Jun 2016
87% complete
CT MRI
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Basilar tip thrombus with endovascular clot retrieval

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 30 Jun 2016
86% complete
CT DSA (angiography)
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Crossed cerebellar diaschisis

  Diagnosis possible
Fakhry Mahmoud Ebouda
Published 08 Jul 2016
56% complete
CT
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Hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage

  Diagnosis certain
Elshan Abdullayev
Published 26 Jul 2016
92% complete
MRI
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Artery of Percheron infarct

  Diagnosis certain
Radiopaedia admin
Published 19 Sep 2016
98% complete
CT MRI
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Cerebral intraparenchymal hyperattenuation post thrombolysis

Cerebral intraparenchymal hyperattenuations have been increasingly recognized on CT scans following mechanical thrombectomy for the treatment of thromboembolic ischemic stroke 1-3. They can also be seen following intravenous thrombolysis (without catheter angiography) 4. The distribution of cer...
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Hemorrhagic transformation of an ischemic infarct

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 11 Oct 2016
87% complete
MRI CT
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Acute right middle cerebral artery territory infarct with temporal evolution

  Diagnosis certain
David Clemo Steel
Published 27 Oct 2016
83% complete
CT
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Hyperdense MCA sign - importance of fine slice interrogation

  Diagnosis certain
Chris O'Donnell
Published 04 Dec 2016
95% complete
CT
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Cerebral infarcts - embolic shower

  Diagnosis certain
Bruno Di Muzio
Published 07 Aug 2017
95% complete
MRI
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Massive middle cerebral artery territory infarction

  Diagnosis certain
Mohammad Farghali Ali Tosson
Published 24 Dec 2016
86% complete
CT
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Dense posterior cerebral artery sign

  Diagnosis certain
Aneta Kecler-Pietrzyk
Published 07 Apr 2017
95% complete
CT
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Raymond syndrome

Raymond syndrome is a posterior circulatory stroke syndrome due to a lesion in the ventral medial mid-pons. It is an extremely rare condition, with only a handful of cases described in the literature. Clinical presentation Clinically, 2 subtypes have been reported 1: classic type abducens ne...
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Calcified cerebral embolus

Calcified cerebral embolus is an uncommon and often overlooked cause of embolic ischemic stroke.  Epidemiology Although emboli are a common cause of ischemic stroke, calcified cerebral emboli are considered rare. With only a paucity of literature regarding calcified cerebral emboli (only 48 re...
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Rule of 4 of the brainstem

The rule of 4 of the brainstem elegantly simplifies and explains the anatomy of the brainstem and the basis for various brainstem stroke syndromes. This article summarizes the original four rules 1-3, associated important clinical deficits, important exceptions, and provides two examples of thei...
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Nothnagel syndrome

Nothnagel syndrome is a rare midbrain syndrome that involves the tectum of the midbrain (quadrigeminal plate) and superior cerebellar peduncles 1-4,6. Clinical presentation Classically, the syndrome involves the oculomotor nerve fascicles and superior cerebellar peduncle, leading to ipsilatera...
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Babinski-Nageotte syndrome

Babinski-Nageotte syndrome is thought to be a brainstem stroke syndrome in between that of the hemimedullary syndrome (Reinhold syndrome) and the lateral medullary syndrome (Wallenberg syndrome), but distinct to that of Cestan-Chenais syndrome 1,2.  Terminology In many texts this eponymous syn...