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Experimental study on hemorrhagic infarction following re circulation in thalamic ischemic lesion

Experimental study on hemorrhagic infarction following re circulation in thalamic ischemic lesion

Neurologia Medico-Chirurgica 20(9): 935-938

Brain infarction confined to the anterior half of the thalamus can be produced in dogs by simultaneously occluding 4 main arteries ipsilaterally at the base of the brain (the internal carotid, the anterior cerebral, the middle cerebral and the posterior communicating arteries). Using this thalamic infarction model in the dog, hemorrhagic infarction following recirculation was investigated. In dogs undergoing 6-12 h occlusion, a high incidence of hemorrhagic infarction was found following recirculation. In brains autopsied 1 h after recirculation, hemorrhagic infarction was seen in all of the dogs.

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