Cerebral Venous Thrombosis: Findings from Computer Tomography and Fluorescein Angiography View Full Text


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1983

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T. Kawase , T. Tazawa , M. Mizukami

ABSTRACT

Four cases of cerebrovenous thrombosis showed a high density focus in simulating subcortical arterial haemorrhage in the computer-tomographic (CT) scan. The diagnosis was made by angiography and fluorescein microangiography (FCA) performed at operation. Frontal cortical veins, with or without the anterior part of the superior sagittal sinus, were involved in 3 cases and the vein of Labbé was occluded in one case. In the CT scan, marginal irregularity and cortical involvement of the haemorrhage with a wide perifocal low density area were the specific findings which suggested venous haemorrhage. Contrast medium enhancement was minimal in the acute stage. Marked subarachnoid haemorrhage was noted at operation. With FCA, the site of occluded veins, collateral flow and fluorescein extravasation were visualized. A pathological specimen taken from a high density focus demonstrated haemorrhagic infarction. All patients had a good recovery during in-patient treatment, but two had recurrent attacks after discharge.A full radiological examination, including magnified angiography, and lumbal puncture contributes to the correct diagnosis of cerebral venous thrombosis, when CT scans show an irregulary shaped high density focus. More... »

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327-336

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