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Cortical hypoperfusion in Parkinson's disease assessed using arterial spin labeled perfusion MRI.
28) reported an uncommon linguistic disorder due to right thalamic ischemic infarction in which cross-transcortical sensorial aphasia and neologistic jargon agraphia and alexia were present; the SPECT in this patient demonstrated right fronto-temporo-parieto-occipital hypoperfusion.
Episodic diencephalic hypoperfusion in Kleine- Levin syndrome.
Hypovolaemia is associated with hypoperfusion of body tissues with diversion of circulating volume to essential organs at the expense of the gut, kidneys and peripheral tissues.
99m]Tc-HMPAO into brain parenchyma is dependent on blood flow, 99raTc-HMPAO SPECT can be used to infer cerebral perfusion, with local ischemia appearing as areas of hypoperfusion.
Hypocoagulation stems from tissue injury, hypoperfusion, accelerated fibrinolysis, and increased inflammatory cascades.
This adhesion molecule is anchored at RBC membrane and interacts with a variety of host adhesion molecules causing sequestration of parasites in cerebral microcirculation with resultant hypoperfusion.
hypoperfusion of and hypometabolism in specific brain regions, impaired cerebral oxygenation during exercise and orthostatic stress, SPECT-scan abnormalities in the cerebral cortex, and a reduction in white and gray matter.
5) Hypoperfusion in the frontal and parietal lobes is common (Fig.
Furthermore, MR imaging of the brain has utility and may show meningeal enhancement or hypoperfusion, as well as subdural or subarachnoid hemorrhages.
Page kidney is defined as the external compression of the kidney, typically by a subcapsular hematoma, that leads to hypertension due to hypoperfusion and ischemia.