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There are four types of intracranial hemorrhage - epidural hematoma - subdural hematoma - subarachnoid hemorrhage - intracerebral haemorrhage  #stroke #medicine #neurosurgery

There are four types of intracranial hemorrhage - epidural hematoma - subdural hematoma - subarachnoid hemorrhage - intracerebral haemorrhage #stroke #medicine #neurosurgery

There are two types of stroke. Hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding) and Ischemic stroke (blood clot). A CT Scan must determine the type of stroke in order to decide treatment. The tPA drug is not automatically given to all stroke patients. It's only given to those having an Ischemic stroke.

There are two types of stroke. Hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding) and Ischemic stroke (blood clot). A CT Scan must determine the type of stroke in order to decide treatment. The tPA drug is not automatically given to all stroke patients. It's only given to those having an Ischemic stroke.

Epidural (above dura, under skull) - arterial (middle meningeal artery), high trauma/acute pres, lens-shape on CT Subdural (below dura, above arachnoid) - venous (venous plexus), low-force trauma/insidious (ex. worsening ha over days), crescent shape on CT Subarachnoid (below arachnoid, above brain) - arterial (Circle of Willis), acute pres w thunderclap ha, goes into fissures succi sella on CT Intraventricular (in the ventricles) Intraparenchymal (in the meat of the brain)

Epidural (above dura, under skull) - arterial (middle meningeal artery), high trauma/acute pres, lens-shape on CT Subdural (below dura, above arachnoid) - venous (venous plexus), low-force trauma/insidious (ex. worsening ha over days), crescent shape on CT Subarachnoid (below arachnoid, above brain) - arterial (Circle of Willis), acute pres w thunderclap ha, goes into fissures succi sella on CT Intraventricular (in the ventricles) Intraparenchymal (in the meat of the brain)

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Cord sign - refers to cord-like hyperattenuation within a dural venous sinus on non-contrast enhanced CT of the brain due to dural venous sinus thrombosis. The sign is most commonly seen with the transverse sinus (as in this case, red arrow) because it runs along the origin of the tentorium approximately in the axial plane such that it is visible on one image. CT venogram in this case confirmed thrombosis.

Cord sign - refers to cord-like hyperattenuation within a dural venous sinus on non-contrast enhanced CT of the brain due to dural venous sinus thrombosis. The sign is most commonly seen with the transverse sinus (as in this case, red arrow) because it runs along the origin of the tentorium approximately in the axial plane such that it is visible on one image. CT venogram in this case confirmed thrombosis.

Leukodystrophies

Leukodystrophies

Corpus striatal infarct | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Corpus striatal infarct | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) is one of the types of intracerebral haemorrhage and denotes the presence of blood within the subarachnoid space.   The diagnosis is suspected when hyperattenuating material is seen filling the subarachnoid space. Most commonly this is apparent around the circle of Willis, on account of the majority of berry aneurysms occurring in this region (~65%), or in the sylvian fissure (~30%).  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/subarachnoid-haemorrhage

Subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) is one of the types of intracerebral haemorrhage and denotes the presence of blood within the subarachnoid space. The diagnosis is suspected when hyperattenuating material is seen filling the subarachnoid space. Most commonly this is apparent around the circle of Willis, on account of the majority of berry aneurysms occurring in this region (~65%), or in the sylvian fissure (~30%). Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/subarachnoid-haemorrhage