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World J Radiol. Sep 28, 2010; 2(9): 354-357
Published online Sep 28, 2010. doi: 10.4329/wjr.v2.i9.354
Figure 1
Figure 1 Non-enhanced cranial computed tomography of a 58-year-old female patient with a hematocrit of 58%. Note that all depicted intracranial arteries and veins appear hyperdense (curved arrows). No contrast agent was applied prior to the scan.
Figure 2
Figure 2 Pseudohyperdense right middle cerebral artery (arrows) due to underlying infection of the temporal lobe.
Figure 3
Figure 3 Hyperdense left middle cerebral artery sign (arrow) in a patient presenting with signs of left hemispheric stroke.
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Figure 4 Hyperdense left anterior cerebral artery (arrow) in a patient who presented with right-sided hemiparesis.
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Figure 5 Hyperdense right fetal posterior cerebral artery (arrow) in a patient who presented with left sided homonymous hemianopia and left sided hemiparesis.
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Figure 6 Hyperdense basilar artery (arrow) in a patient who was found unconscious.