MRI of Venous Infarction

MRI of Venous Infarction


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This composite of four axial (cross-sectional) MRI images of the brain shows the typical appearance of a venous infarction which is parasagittal in location and which is partially hemmorhagic. There is thrombosis (clotting) of the superior sagittal sinus, which is the small triangular focus of white signal on the top two images. This is the cause of the venous infarction.

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