Head CTs and Bleeds...helpful neuro info-my world in nursing currently maybe this can tell me what I'm looking at some days.....

Head CTs and Bleeds…helpful neuro info-my world in nursing currently maybe this can tell me what I'm looking at some days….

Indirect spinothalamic pathways.

Indirect spinothalamic pathways: these pathways mediate the affective and arousal components of pain, temperature, and simple tactile sensations

The Cranial Nerves (Organization of the Central Nervous System) Part 4

Diagram illustrating the anatomical substrates underlying conscious and unconscious regulation of conjugate gaze and the vestibular

Anatomy & Physiology 120 > Lavender > Flashcards > Anatomy & Physiology I, Exam 1: The Cell | StudyBlue

Anatomy & Physiology I, Exam The Cell - Anatomy & Physiology 120 with Lavender at Delaware Technical and Community College - StudyBlue

Major branches of the middle cerebral artery. (A) Coronal section showing the lenticulostriate, the precentral (pre-Rolandic), central (Rolandic), and the parietal and temporal branches. The internal carotid, anterior cerebral, and anterior communicating arteries; the optic chiasm; the internal capsule; and the temporal lobe of the brain are shown for orientation purposes. (B) Top view showing the anterior, middle, and posterior temporal arteries; the angular artery; the posterior and…

Major branches of the middle cerebral artery. (A) Coronal section showing the…

Case of the day: Neurocysticercosis - many 'cyst with dot sign' lesions #Radiology #MRI #neurology pic.twitter.com/YXcaZGkm

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Stages of cerebral hemorrhage. The appearance and evaluation of intracranial hemorrhage on MRI primarily depend on the age of the hematoma and on the imaging sequence or parameters (eg, T1 weighting, T2 weighting, T2* weighting). #MRI #hemorrhage #intracranial_hemorrhage

Stages of cerebral hemorrhage. The appearance and evaluation of intracranial hemorrhage on MRI primarily depend on the age of the hematoma and on the imaging sequence or parameters (eg, weighting, weighting, weighting).

Central pontine myelinolysis (CPM) (also known as osmotic demyelination) refers to acute demyelination of the white matter tracts traversing the pons. It seen in the setting of osmotic changes, typically with the rapid correction of hyponatraemia. Despite the name extrapontine structures can also be affected: basal ganglia, midbrain and subcortical white matter. It is then known as extrapontine myelinolysis (EPM).   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/central-pontine-myelinolysis

Central pontine myelinolysis (CPM) (also known as osmotic demyelination) refers to acute demyelination of the white matter tracts traversing the pons. It seen in the setting of osmotic changes, typically with the rapid correction of hyponatraemia. Despite the name extrapontine structures can also be affected: basal ganglia, midbrain and subcortical white matter. It is then known as extrapontine myelinolysis (EPM). http://radiopaedia.org/articles/central-pontine-myelinolysis

wernicke's encephalopathy - Mammary body infiltration plus peri aqueductal gray and medial thalamus and hypothalamus

Wernicke's encephalopathy - Mammary body infiltration plus peri aqueductal gray and medial thalamus and hypothalamus

Fahr's disease: CT-scan shows bilateral basal ganglia calcifications with bilateral subcortical white matter calcifications, compatible with Fahr's disease (familial cerebral ferrocalcinosis).

Fahr's disease is usually initially asymptomatic in most patients. However, various neurological symptoms may develop later in life, such as psychosis, dementia & movement disorders (parkinsonism). The differential diagnosis of basal ganglia calc.

SMART syndrome:  Left temporal-occipital region gyral enhancement. In this clinical setting, the appearance suggests SMART syndrome (stroke-like migraine attacks after radiation therapy), an uncommon complication of cerebral irradiation.

In this clinical setting, the appearance suggests SMART syndrome (stroke-like migraine attacks after radiation therapy), an uncommon complication of cerebral irradiation.

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