Multiple infarcts on MRI

Clinical significance of detection of multiple acute brain

  1. Diffusion weighted MR images show multiple acute (hyperintense) symptomatic infarcts with cortical-subcortical location in the left frontal lobe (A) and multiple acute, asymptomatic cortical infarcts in both hemispheres (C; type 2 multiple acute brain infarcts). The corresponding T2 weighted images show just the hyperintense left frontal infarct
  2. ation of recent infarcts from old ones. Thus, this technique is useful in the detection of acute multiple brain infarcts (AMBI)
  3. e the proportion of isolated infarcts in different circulations, as this was often not explicitly stated (with the exception of lacunar infarcts)
  4. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE) is a chorioretinal disease that has been associated with multiple neurologic complications, including headaches, aseptic meningitis, transient ischemic attacks, and stroke.1 The case presented in this article is unique not only because APMPPE is a rare entity, but also because it is unusual for these patients to develop ischemic brain infarcts and even more unusual to depict them on the acute stage on MR imaging of the brain.
  5. Bone infarction is a result of ischemia, which can lead to destruction of bony architecture, pain, and loss of function 1. Bone infarctions have numerous causes and have fairly distinctive imaging features on conventional radiography, CT and MRI

Significance of Acute Multiple Brain Infarction on

Finally, we classified five patterns of BIs according to the numbers and locations of BIs on MRI; Pattern 1 (Fig. 1-A): single infarct in deep and subcortical white matter areas, Pattern 2 (Fig. 1-B): single infarct in the brain cortex area, Pattern 3 (Fig. 1-C): single infarct in the brain stem and cerebellum area, Pattern 4 (Fig. 1-D): multiple infarcts in one vascular territory, and Pattern 5 (Fig. 1-E): multiple infarcts in ≥2 vascular territories Incidental brain findings on MRI, including subclinical vascular pathologic changes, are common in the general population. The most frequent are brain infarcts, followed by cerebral aneurysms and.

Hyperintense focal pattern due to multiple fatty deposits ( arrows) in three different patients with a mosaic pattern of red to yellow marrow conversion. ( a) Axial T1-weighted image of the pelvis of a 52-year-old woman with pelvic inflammatory disease. ( b, c) Axial ( b) and sagittal ( c) images of the lumbosacral spine of a 58-year-old woman Nonneoplastic lesions—On MRI, splenic infarcts are more conspicuous on delayed contrast-enhanced images as defined perfusion defects . A typical feature is the rim sign or capsular enhancement caused by blood supply from capsular vessels . Intrasplenic hematomas in the acute phase show high signal intensity on T1-weighted images

The term Silent brain infarcts (SBI) (2 - 5), has been used to refer to infarcts which are observed on conventional MRI or CT but without known clinical symptoms. SBI make up the majority of infarcts in population-based studies (6 - 8) compared to clinically recognized infarcts The degree of cerebral infarction (single or multiple infarcts) is a feasible imaging marker to predict future stroke recurrence in patients with ischemic stroke. However, the features of arterial.. Similar to large cerebellar infarcts, recent studies investigating volumetric MRI datasets have now shown that small cerebellar infarcts occur in typical spatial patterns, knowledge of which may help in the diagnosis of even the smallest of cerebellar infarcts on MRI. Key Messages: MRI is the modality of choice for diagnosing cerebellar infarction The finding of multiple acute infarcts in different vascular territories strongly indicates embolism. However, whether DWI lesions are caused by recurrent emboli or embolic showers is still unclear. Using well-accepted criteria for grading of leukoariosis by CT scan and T2 MRI does not result in acceptable positive predictive values for the presence of a small, single lesion on DWI

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  1. ation, the appearance of SVD is often misinterpreted as being suggestive of MS. Damage of small blood vessels can occur as a result of multiple hereditary and acquired pathologic entities such as arteriosclerosis, cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA), vasculitis, and cerebral autosomal do
  2. Fourteen of the 30 participants in whom dementia developed had one or more silent brain infarcts present on the base-line MRI, 7 of whom had multiple infarcts. Table 2
  3. A more generalised intrinsic process affecting many small cerebral vessels contemporaneously could explain multiple acute small subcortical infarcts. White matter hyperintensities, microhaemorrhages, and multiple small subcortical infarcts may share a common pathophysiological mechanism such as a diffuse cerebral microvascular abnormality which requires further exploration
  4. Publicationdate 2013-05-13. This review is based on a presentation given by FrederikBarkhof at the Neuroradiology teaching course for the Dutch Radiology Society and was adapted for the Radiology Assistant by Robin Smithuis and Marieke Hazewinkel. This presentation will focus on the role of MRI in the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis
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Results Of the 3660 subjects who underwent MRI, 2529 (69%) were free of infarcts of any kind and 841(23%) had 1 or more lacunes without other types present, totaling 1270 lacunes. For most of these 841 subjects, their lacunes were single (66%) and silent (89%), namely without a history of transient ischemic attack or stroke The MRI findings of neurosyphilis in HIV carriers have been reported by Tien et al. . Five of the six patients in their study had multiple infarcts involving the basal ganglia or middle cerebral artery, and one patient had syphilitic gumma There are many reports on acute cerebral infarcts diagnosed by diffusion-weighted MRI (DWI), but few describe brain-stem infarcts diagnosed by this method. Using the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC), we studied 18 consecutive patients with brain-stem infarcts who underwent DWI during the acute phase

Acute and Chronic Brain Infarcts on MR Imaging in a 20

Since MRI is exquisitely sensitive in detecting white matter abnormalities and just two MRI lesions in specific locations are sufficient to fulfill the multiple sclerosis diagnostic criteria, careful determination of which imaging features and patterns constitute 'typical' multiple sclerosis lesions ('green flags') and which are atypical ('red flags') is crucial In total, 39 PC infarct-like lesions represented the majority (65%) of all 60 identified brain infarct-like lesions in the study sample (n = 435 subjects with and without migraine). Most lesions (n = 33) were located in the cerebellum, often multiple, and were round or oval-shaped, with a mean size of 7 mm A watershed stroke is defined as a brain ischemia that is localized to the vulnerable border zones between the tissues supplied by the anterior, posterior and middle cerebral arteries. The actual blood stream blockage/restriction site can be located far away from the infarcts. Watershed locations are those border-zone regions in the brain supplied by the major cerebral arteries where blood. This technique, which successfully discriminates acute from old infarcts, is particularly useful in patients with multiple brain infarcts (MBI). Among 142 patients with acute stroke consecutively admitted to our primary care center, we selected 43 patients with two or more brain infarcts on conventional MRI

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  1. MRI study reveals arterial culprit plaque characteristics. An example of multiple infarcts based on (diffusion-weighted imaging) DWI image with culprit plaques detected on both intracranial middle.
  2. Multiple pericallosal lesions seen on sagittal section. This pattern is similar to that seen in the patient shown in slides 1 and 2. However, there is no known diagnosis of MS, but the patient has.
  3. ar necrosis and microhemorrhages within most lesions; suggestive of hemorrhagic infarcts
  4. Border Zone Infarcts: Pathophysiologic and Imaging Characteristics. From the Department of Imaging Sciences, University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, 601 Elmwood Ave, PO Box 648, Rochester, NY 14642-8648. Address correspondence to R.M. (e-mail: manglarajiv@yahoo.com )
  5. My Uncle has multiple patchy acute infarcts in his brain. I can send you the MRI report that will give you a clearer picture of his condition. I would like to know what is the treatment method and also his chances of full recovery
  6. MR imaging of the 43-year-old man showed multiple infarcts and an abscess (Figs. 2A and 2B). Bone marrow edema was visualized in the femoral infarct, which was believed to be infected (Fig. 2C). Its marrow signal characteristics differed from that of the tibial infarct
  7. ation in space and time of white matter lesions (WMLs) and helping to rule out alternative diagnose

Clinical characteristics and brain MRI findings in

The capability of diffusion-weighted (DW) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to identify very early ischemic brain injury better than conventional MRI is well known. This technique, which successfully discriminates acute from old infarcts, is particularly useful in patients with multiple brain infarcts (MBI). Among 142 patients with acute stroke consecutively admitted to our primary care center. multiple infarcts, the maximum diameter of the largest lesion was evaluated. White matter abnormalities seen on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery were also evaluated according to the Fazekas' classification.19 MRI findings were evaluated by two experienced neuroradiologists (K.S. and T.I.). Echocardiographic Stud Border zone infarcts were the most common (76.5%) among multiple acute infarcts. Penetrating artery infarcts (PAI) accounted for 76.9% of all single infarcts. Multiple infarcts were more frequently observed in patients with PR (P = 0.007) or plaque surface irregularity (P = 0.035) Perform MRI at the end of the first week of life for most information about the site and extent of infarction. Diffusion weighted imaging can help to identify the lesions in the first days of life. Excessive growth occurs in and around infarcts from 6 weeks postinfarction. Some infarcts may be difficult to detect later in the first year. PROGNOSI

For brain MRI, models have been developed for the detection of tumor tissue 26,27,28, white matter hyperintensities 29,30, multiple sclerosis lesions 31,32, and acute brain infarcts 28 MRI chronic infarcts • involving multiple vascular territories • may be either symmetrical or asymmetrical • parieto-occipital and parieto-temporal (most common) acute infarcts • swollen gyri with increased T2 signal • may enhance • subcortical white matter involved • increased signal on DWI (T2 shine through) with little if any change on ADC: thought to represent vasogenic. In three and a half years, 27 of the 236 patients (11%) with posterior circulation stroke had multiple acute infarcts in the posterior circulation as shown by gadolinium enhancement on MRI nance imaging (MRI) readout. Knowledge of such lesions and their imaging appearances on MRI evaluation is essential for a reader. Additionally, a systematic approach is important to accurately diagnose these lesions. In this article we discuss the various causes of spinal sclerotic lesions, describe their MRI characteristics with relevan

Incidental Findings on Brain MRI in the General Population

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The MRI was repeated at 61 years and demonstrated multiple lacunar infarcts (Figures 2A,B). The diagnosis was subsequently reevaluated. The imaging findings, along with the clinical picture of recurrent neurological events, and long-standing personal in addition to the family history of stroke and migraine headaches, were suggestive of CADASIL Brain: multiple infarcts - transverse T2W MRI, illustration relating to dogs including description, information, related content and more. jfrasermcconnell. Canis ISSN: 2398-2942. Related terms: . All information is peer reviewed In this retrospective study, we investigated the main pathogenesis of the two types of isolated pontine infarction: paramedian pontine infarcts (PPIs) and small deep pontine infarcts (SDPIs). Acute ischemic stroke patients, comprising 117 PPI patients and 40 SDPI patients, were enrolled. High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (HR-MRI) and routine MRI sequences were performed for each. Background and purpose There are little data on the etiology of multiple brain infarcts (MBI) and their impact on clinical outcome in young patients. Methods We studied 548 MRI‐imaged patients (15-49 years) with a first‐ever ischaemic stroke. Ischaemic lesions were categorized into three groups: single lesions, MBI in one or >1 circulation territories. Outcomes were unfavorable 3‐month.

MRI of Focal Splenic Lesions Without and With Dynamic

conventional MRI, at least a quarter of patients are likely to have infarcts due to non-lacunar mechanisms.33,45 Given this level of diagnostic uncertainty, patients with presumed lacunar infarcts in clinical practice should be investigated with respect to large-artery stenosis and potentia Cerebral autosomal recessive arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CARASIL), is disease of the arteries in the brain, which causes tissue loss in the subcortical region of the brain and the destruction of myelin in the CNS. CARASIL is characterized by symptoms such as gait disturbances, hair loss, low back pain, dementia, and stroke All lesions fulfilled MRI criteria for infarcts; therefore, we refer to these lesions in the text as 'infarct-like lesions'. Most pronounced were findings in MA: over 80% of all infarct-like lesions were located in the PC territory areas, and over 90% of these were located in the (deep) arterial border zone areas of the cerebellum To assess the clinical, topographical, and aetiological features of multiple cerebellar infarcts,18 patients (16.5% of patients with cerebellar infarction) were collected from a prospective acute stroke registry, using a standard investigation protocol including MRI and magnetic resonance angiography A 52-year-old man experienced a relapse of neurosarcoidosis, characterised by obstructive hydrocephalus and multiple posterior circulation infarcts. He was taking methotrexate, but his prednisolone was being weaned because of adverse effects. Stroke is rare in neurosarcoidosis and typically relates to granulomatous inflammation with a predilection for the perforator arteries

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Broad Subjects: Dementia, Vascular ,Diagnosis ,Magnetic Resonance Imaging ,Multiple Sclerosis ,Cerebrovascular Qccident Citation: Tarun Pandey ,Shefeek Abu Backer , Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopargy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopath: an imaging mimic of multiple sclerosis, Med. Princ Clinical significance of detection of multiple acute brain infarcts on diffusion weighted magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 2005. Bernhard Schuknecht. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper MRI reveals multiple recent small ischaemic lesions in the semioval centre and corona radiata bilaterally, mostly in the frontal lobes Lacunar infarcts occur mostly in the semioval centre, thalami, basal ganglia and pons [3]. The number of lacunar infarctions is an important predictor of disability and cognitive decline [1,3] adults, multiple sclerosis, MRI INTRODUCTION Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencepha - lopathy (CADASIL) is a well-described entity that causes progressive neurologic decline due to subcortical infarcts. We describe a patient diagnosed with CADASIL that has many atypical features suggestive of multi Ischemic stroke is a rare complication of varicella-zoster virus (VZV) infection. We present the case of a patient with a medical history of type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) who experienced disseminated cutaneous VZV infection followed by multiple cerebral infarcts associated with VZV vasculopathy. Brain magnetic resonance imaging revealed multiple hyperintense lesions over the bilateral deep.

Made available by U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Background: To validate the hypothesis that cryptogenic stroke with multiple infarcts included embolic stroke due to left atrial appendage (LAA) dysfunction, the present retrospective observational study was aimed to clarify the association between LAA flow velocity (LAA-FV) and multiple infarcts in patients with cryptogenic stroke Toggle navigation. norsk; English; norsk . norsk; English; Logg inn; Toggle navigatio

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  1. We report a 37-year-old male patient with multiple brain infarcts due to arterial lesions localized in the posterior circulation, who developed a paramedian pontine infarct on the left side. He had been treated as schizophrenia for 20 years
  2. MRI differential diagnosis of Multiple sclerosis 1. Is it MS? : An MRI Approach Dr Srimant Pattnaik 01.04.2019 2. Dawson fingers 3. Role of MRI Single most important investigation Here a single MRI study can signify DIT and DIS DIS DIT 4. Classic MS lesions 5
  3. MRI imaging of knees revealed bilateral extensive metaphyseal bone infarcts and aspiration from the sub-cutaneous swellings showed necrosis with histiocytes and dystrophic calcification. A diagnosis of Pancreatitis Panniculitis and Polyarthritis (PPP) Syndrome was made
  4. In this pre-course video from Radiopaedia's 2015 Adult Brain MRI Review Course, Dr Frank Gaillard discusses the major MRI sequences used in modern brain imag..
  5. Topographic Patterns of Small Subcortical Infarcts Associated with MCA Stenosis: A Diffusion-Weighted MRI Study. Journal of Neuroimaging, 2006. Timothy Rainer. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER

MRI study reveals arterial culprit plaque characteristic

Vascular dementia is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer disease in people over age 65. Vascular dementia is caused by a series of small strokes. A stroke is a disturbance in or blockage of the blood supply to any part of the brain. A stroke is also called an infarct. Multi-infarct means that more than one area in the brain. Lacunar infarcts are small infarcts in the deeper parts of the brain (basal ganglia, thalamus, white matter) and in the brain stem. They are responsible for about 20 percent of all strokes. They are caused by occlusion of deep penetrating branches of major cerebral arteries and are particularly common in hypertension and diabetes, which are associated with severe atherosclerosis of small.

Vitamin B12, cognition, and brain MRI measures: a cross-sectional examination. by C C Tangney, N T Aggarwal, H Li, R S Wilson, C Decarli, D A Evans, M C Morris. Neurology. Read more related scholarly scientific articles and abstracts SUMMARY: A 20-year-old woman recently diagnosed with acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy developed headaches, weakness, and paresthesias. MR imaging of the brain revealed an acute infarct (demonstrated by diffusion-weighted images) in the head of the right caudate nucleus, a chronic infarct with encephalomalacia in the body of the corpus callosum, and multiple foci of. and a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study showing multiple subacute cerebral infarcts. According to her family, the patient had been increasingly forgetful for the previous 8-10 months, and for 2 months she had had intermit-tent difficulty recognizing family members. On one occasion, she had been unable to find th Introduction: Acute multiple infarcts in multiple cerebral circulations are thought to suggest the presence of cardioembolic sources. However, several studies have shown other etiologies for simultaneous cerebral infarcts in multiple arterial territories. Methods: We conducted a systematic review of the literature using PubMed, Scopus, Embase, Clinicaltrial.gov, WHO International Clinical. Diffusion-weighted MRI taken on the day of onset indicated multiple infarcts in the right cerebral cortex (a, arrowheads). MR angiography performed on the same day revealed blood flow in the internal carotid artery (b, arrowhead), but CT-angiography conducted 7 days after onset of the disease showed complete occlusion of the artery

Mechanisms of sporadic cerebral small vessel diseaseLacunar infarcts: no black holes in the brain are benign

I had a MRI of my brain one week ago and the report says remote left cerebellarborder zone infarcts. Does this mean I have had a stroke? Doctor's Assistant: What are all your symptoms? Have you talked to a doctor about the stroke? I have had symptoms for over a month with headaches, visual problems, balance problems Introduction: CADASIL (cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencefalopathy) is inherited vasculopathy where brain MRI lesions can mimic the pattern seen in multiple sclerosis DWI primarily defines ischemic infarcts in malignancy as small and involving multiple vessel territories, 6 ⇓ ⇓ -9 with the number of territories involved correlating with the likelihood of this syndrome. 4,10 ⇓ -12 However, studies specifically evaluating MR imaging in cerebral infarction with TS and its diagnostic value in establishing causality are lacking

lesions, was observed in MCI patients with multiple subcortical infarcts. In MCI patients, a disproportionately severe episodic memory impairment strongly points to an Alzheimer's type brain pathology, whereas the prevalence of executive deficits and other frontal lobe symptoms are a much weaker diagnostic marker of small vessel subcortical. The MRI was repeated at 61 years and demonstrated multiple lacunar infarcts (Figures 2A,B). The diagnosis was subsequently reevaluated. The imaging findings, along with the clinical picture of recurrent neurological events, and long-standing personal in addition to the family history of stroke and migraine headaches, were suggestive of CADASIL

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings showed typical features of CADASIL, and the R607C mutation was detected in exon 11 in NOTCH3. This case strongly indicates that CADASIL should be considered when typical findings are observed on MRI even in cases of elderly onset with multiple cerebrovascular risk factors Examples of bilateral acute infarcts, as seen in this patient (note multiple bilateral lesions without mass effect, peripheral ring or central necrosis), are watershed infarcts occurring in typical watershed zones and infarcts occurring secondary to cardiac emboli or vasculitis, both of which are not distributed with respect to single vascular territories (as in this patient) RESULTS: Eighty AMIMCC were identified out of 824 consecutive patients with MR DWI-confirmed infarcts (9.7%). Compared with single infarct patients, AMIMCC patients presented similar age and risk factors. Only 24 AMIMCC patients (30%) presented symptoms suggesting multiple lesions before MRI

Infarction. Multiple large infarcts, once they reach a certain volume and affect a large enough number of individual brain regions, will exhaust the brain's compensatory mechanisms and lead to dementia. Wallin A, Milos V, Sjogren M, et al. Classification and subtypes of vascular dementia MRI revealed multiple hyperintensities in bilateral cerebellums and Pons (A), and right thalamus (B), temporal lobe (C), frontal lobe and parietal lobe (D) on diffusion weighted images (DWI), suggesting acute multiple infarctions. Figure 3. DSA showed multiple large saccular aneurysm in the branches of bilateral middle cerebral artery (A, B

Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) is the most common and best known monogenic small vessel disease. Here, we review the clinical, neuroimaging, neuropathological, genetic, and therapeutic aspects based on the most relevant articles published between 1994 and 2016 and on the personal experience of the authors, all directly. Symptoms of a brain lesion vary depending on the type, location, and size of the lesion. Symptoms common to several types of brain lesions include the following: Headaches. Neck pain or stiffness. Only a few cases of Turner syndrome (TS) with ischemic stroke have been reported. Various arteriopathies of the cerebral arteries, including fibromuscular..

A total of 39 patients multiple subcortical infarcts, who could be considered as possible vascular dementia with small vessel pathology, with underwent a neuropsychological study and brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) DSM IV criteria supported by neuropsychological data were used to distinguish demented from non-demented patients To validate the hypothesis that cryptogenic stroke with multiple infarcts included embolic stroke due to left atrial appendage (LAA) dysfunction, the present retrospective observational study was aimed to clarify the association between LAA flow velocity (LAA-FV) and multiple infarcts in patients with cryptogenic stroke.From consecutive patients with cryptogenic stroke admitted to our hospital. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): To assess the clinical, topographical, and aetiological features of multiple cerebellar infarcts,18 patients (16.5 % of patients with cerebellar infarction) were collected from a prospective acute stroke registry, using a standard investigation protocol including MRI and magnetic resonance angiography

Hypereosinophilia with Multiple Thromboembolic Cerebral Infarcts and Focal Intracerebral Hemorrhage We report a case of hypereosinophilia causing multiple areas of cerebral infarcts. A 52-year-old Korean man presented with dysarthria and weakness in both arms. A brain MRI revealed multiple acute infarcts in the distal border zon The article represents a case of a young patient with atypical clinical and paraclinical presentation of vertebral artery dissection by multiple cerebral infarcts, localized at the supratentorial and infratentorial levels in the posterior circulation. A case of a 21-year-old man, without a history of trauma in the cervical area or at the cranial level, without recent chiropractic maneuvers or.

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Depuydt, S., Sarov, M., Vandendries, C., Guedj, T., Cauquil, C., Assayag, P., et al. (2014) Significance of Acute Multiple Infarcts in Multiple Cerebral Circulations. If you have symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), your doctor may order an MRI scan. This imaging test allows doctors to see MS lesions in your central nervous system areas of decreased signal. These infarcts essentially occur within the same areas as T2 changes but occur later in life (fi gure 2).47,53 Diff usion-weighted MRI can show small areas of increased signal, suggestive of recent, sometimes multiple, infarcts.54 Other magnetic resonance fi ndings include dilated perivascular spaces Our case 24 Female Multiple large saccular aneurysm in the branches of bilateral middle cerebral artery and distant right posterior inferior cerebellar artery.. Other. Original Article Left atrial myxoma with multiple cerebral infarcts and multiple intracranial aneurysms It has long been debated whether watershed infarcts are caused by hemodynamic or embolic mechanisms. In the present study, we investigated microembolic roles in the pathogenesis of watershed infarcts by examining MRI in a macaque monkey model of multiple microinfarcts. 50μm microbeads were injected into each internal carotid artery twice with a month interval

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