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Interesting case Neuro 4

A patient with decreased GCS post arrest – what's the diagnosis?

 

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Topics: Neuro, Head and Neck

Key findings – A ‘pseudosubarachnoid’ appearance to the intracranial vasculature suggests generalised cerebral oedema, likely due to a global hypoxic ischaemic insult. There is effacement of the cortical subarachnoid spaces and somewhat slit-like ventricles, and global supratentorial diminishment of grey-white matter differentiation, likely due to the oedema

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