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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE We conducted a prospective survey of a family presenting a new syndrome characterized mainly by recurrent strokelike episodes and neuroimaging evidence of leukoencephalopathy. SUMMARY OF REPORT Forty-five members of a single family were studied clinically and with magnetic resonance imaging. Nine had strokelike episodes, including(More)
UNLABELLED Flow diverters represent a useful tool in the treatment of fusiform aneurysms and wide-neck saccular aneurysms which until the advent of this technology were problematic to treat. Pipeline™ Embolization Device (PED) has been described in several series showing high rates of occlusion and being relatively safe. OBJECTIVE Shows the experience in(More)
Histological demonstration of sarcoidosis affecting the paranasal sinus is rare in the clinical practice. In this paper, we present a case with a diagnosis of lupus pernio with extensive involvement of the nasal cavity and the right maxillary sinus. Long before being diagnosed as having lupus pernio, the patient had had a long history of nasal obstruction(More)
BACKGROUND Identifying infarct core on admission is essential to establish the amount of salvageable tissue and indicate reperfusion therapies. Infarct core is established on CT perfusion (CTP) as the severely hypoperfused area, however the correlation between hypoperfusion and infarct core may be time-dependent as it is not a direct indicator of tissue(More)
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