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42 Possible Causes for Encephalomalacia, Occipital Cerebral Infarction

  • Cerebral Embolism

    […] see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 intracranial (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 meninges (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 vessels of brain (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 Encephalomalacia[icd9data.com] Convulsions in cerebral infarction are more frequently observed after embolic infarction and lacunar infarctions occur when, localized deep in the white matter.[minclinic.ru] […] embolus into the left occipital lobe ( arrow ).[ajnr.org]

  • Lacunar Infarction

    Pathologically, they are small holes of encephalomalacia and are traversed by a cob-web-like mesh of fibrous strands.[radiopaedia.org] […] state Nonatherosclerotic cerebrovascular accident Nonatherosclerotic stroke Occipital cerebral infarction Occlusion of cerebral artery with stroke Occlusion of cerebral artery[icd9data.com] […] artery occlusion w stroke Left posterior cerebral artery occlusion with stroke Left sided cerebral infarction Medulla oblongata stroke Millard-Gubler syndrome Multi-infarct[icd9data.com]

  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    […] also Disease, cerebrovascular, acute) 436 thrombotic (see also Thrombosis, brain) 434.0 Clot (blood) brain (extradural or intradural) (see also Thrombosis, brain) 434.0 Encephalomalacia[icd9data.com] Figure 13 demonstrates a case of arterial infarct, with diffusion restriction in right inferior parietal lobule and temporal lobes, sparing the occipital lobe, in a typical[appliedradiology.com] cerebral arterial distribution.[appliedradiology.com]

  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    Brain MRI showed postinfarction encephalomalacia in the bilateral cerebellar hemispheres.[karger.com] Posterior cerebral artery occlusion: Most often causes occipital lobe infarction with hemianopia and macular sparing.[patient.info] […] head CT and brain MRI demonstrated subacute infarcts in the bilateral cerebellar hemispheres, a subacute to chronic infarct in the left frontal lobe, and left temporal lobe encephalomalacia[jaocr.org]

  • Stroke

    This study aimed to evaluate the efficiency of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) in stroke rehabilitation assessment in China and to identify correlations between the ICF and several commonly used clinical assessment instruments for stroke.In total, 52 hospitals and 5 premier[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformation

    Gliosis and encephalomalacia were identified in the right parietal lobe with parenchymal volume loss secondary to a vascular anomaly.[cureus.com]

  • Reversible Ischemic Neurologic Deficit

    The end result is a chronic infarct with focal areas of cystic encephalomalacia and some surrounding parenchymal change due to gliosis.[spinwarp.ucsd.edu] […] state Nonatherosclerotic cerebrovascular accident Nonatherosclerotic stroke Occipital cerebral infarction Occlusion of cerebral artery with stroke Occlusion of cerebral artery[icd9data.com] The end result of cerebral infarction is an area of encephalomalacia with some surrounding gliosis. The amount of gliosis depends on the number of surviving astrocytes.[spinwarp.ucsd.edu]

  • Cerebellar Infarction

    […] with sparing of white matter. 9-10-13 CT Typical features of infarction such as early loss of grey-white differentiation, hypoattenuation and oedema, progressing to chronic encephalomalacia[radiopaedia.org] […] state Nonatherosclerotic cerebrovascular accident Nonatherosclerotic stroke Occipital cerebral infarction Occlusion of cerebral artery with stroke Occlusion of cerebral artery[icd9data.com] An unusual case of scorpion sting followed by multiple cerebral and cerebellar watershed infarctions is being reported.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Cervical Myelopathy

    We describe a rare occurrence of a patient with VAVF presenting with acute ischemic stroke, encephalomalacia from multiple prior embolic events, and cervical myelopathy, which[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Brain magnetic resonance imaging showed acute infarction at the right cerebellar hemisphere and temporo-occipital lobe.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Right VAD was identified by MR angiography and confirmed by transfemoral cerebral angiography.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Cerebral Arteriosclerosis

    […] brain tissue encephalocele failure of bone fusion in the posterior midline of the skull resulting in a bony cleft through which meninges and/or brain parenchyma protrude encephalomalacia[strokecenter.org]

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