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Fig. 1. Cranial and chest CT of patients with cerebrovascular disease and COVID-19. (A) cranial CT in sagittal reconstruction scan showing acute hemorrhage in the left cerebellar hemisphere with fourth ventricle compromise and basal cisternae obliteration, diffuse cerebral edema, obliterated subarachnoid space in posterior fose, and intraventricular hemorrhage. (B) Chest CT scan in Axial lung window showing several nodules with well-defined and irregular borders. (C) Cranial CT scan, at hospital admission, showing diffuse subarachnoid hemorrhage, spreading through both lateral sulcus predominantly to right side, and the perimesencephalic cisterns; incipient level in hematic range is also observed in the left ventricular inferior horn. (D) Chest CT scan in axial lung window showing homogenous lung parenchyma. Red arrows show sites of hemorrhage (A, C) and pulmonary infiltration (B).
Exp Neurobiol 2021;30:256~261
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