Clinical and radiologic spectrum of corpus callosum infarctions: clues to the etiology.
Infarctions of the corpus callosum are rare. The clinical picture varies from an acute onset to slow evolving symptoms, frequently with poor localizing signs; however, the location of the infarct in the callosum often correlates with a specific etiology. We describe three patients with varying degrees of callosal infarction, each corresponding to a particular etiology.
Murthy, SB; Chmayssani, M; Shah, S; Goldsmith, CE; Kass, JS
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