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Deep cerebral Venous Thrombosis-MRI

Deep venous infarction is a well-recognized entity that has been well described in the literature. Deep venous infarction is usually symmetrical, affecting the thalamus bilaterally, and possibly extending into the basal ganglia and the adjacent white matter bilaterally as in this patient. MRV show lack of flow signal in the straight sinus and internal cerebral veins. This patient presented in unconscious state with a history of recent delivery and clinical suspected venous thrombosis.  

Deep cerebral Venous Thrombosis-MRI Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Monday, May 16, 2016 Rating: 5

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