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Cavitated thalamic infarct, coronal section.

Last updated on Wednesday, April 15 2009 by gliageek

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Cavitated thalamic infarct, coronal section.
Thalamic infarct, secondary to occlusion of thalamoperforant arteries in a patient with long-standing, poorly controlled hypertension. Note also the presence of smaller "lacunar" infarcts surrounding the infarct cavity.

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