CT-defined large subcortical infarcts: correlation of location with site of cerebrovascular occlusive disease.

@article{Nakano1995CTdefinedLS,
  title={CT-defined large subcortical infarcts: correlation of location with site of cerebrovascular occlusive disease.},
  author={Shinichi Nakano and Kiyotaka Yokogami and Hajime Ohta and Tomokazu Goya and Shinichiro Wakisaka},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 8},
  pages={1581-5}
}
PURPOSE To correlate the location of large subcortical infarcts with the site of cerebrovascular occlusive disease. METHODS We examined CT and angiographic findings of 38 patients with major arterial occlusive disease and newly developed large subcortical infarcts of 2.0 cm or more, which were classified into three types: striatocapsular infarcts in the basal ganglia, terminal supply area infarcts in the corona radiata, and terminal supply area infarcts in the centrum semiovale. RESULTS Two… CONTINUE READING