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Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System
Stroke 48:1248-1255, Boulouis, G.,et al, 2017
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Article Abstract
Adult primary angiitis of the central nervous system is a heterogeneous disease, with multiterritorial, distal, and bilateral acute stroke being the most common pattern of parenchymal lesions found on magnetic resonance imaging. Our findings suggest a higher than previously thought prevalence of hemorrhagic transformation and other hemorrhagic manifestations.
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