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Fig. 1 | Neurovascular Imaging

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From: Imaging predictors of procedural and clinical outcome in endovascular acute stroke therapy

Fig. 1

Large ischemic core in a 37-year-old female who awoke with right gaze preference and left sided-weakness. Axial non-contrast computed tomography (CT) images at the level of the basal ganglia (a) and through the centrum semiovale (b) show hypodensity and loss of grey-white differentiation of the right insular cortex, putamen, and right frontal grey matter. This is similarly shown by axial diffusion weighted images (c,d). Cerebral blood volume (CBV) map from the perfusion CT show decreased CBV corresponding to those territories consistent with a large core of completed infarct (e, f). The Tmax maps demonstrate a matched perfusion deficit (g, h)

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