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Bilateral hemorrhagic infarcts, dorsal surface of brain.

Last updated on Wednesday, April 15 2009 by gliageek

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Bilateral hemorrhagic infarcts, dorsal surface of brain.
Although reperfusion of arterial infarcts results in hemorrhagic transformation, the bilateral, non-arterial-type distribution of hemorrhage in this patient is typical of that caused by superior sagittal sinus thrombosis with extension of the thrombus into the cerebral venous system.

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