Professor of Diagnostic Imaging and Chief of Neuroradiology at Yale University School of Medicine Gordon Sze, MD shows how hemorrhage can occur within a multitude of intracranial compartments: brain parenchyma, subarachnoid space, ventricles, subdural space, or epidural space, and gives the characteristic appearances of each stage of disease on advanced imaging studies. He details each phase, from hyperacute through chronic, and demonstrates when MRI should be used either instead of, or in conjunction with CT in order to gain a more detailed knowledge of the pathology and age of intracerebral hemorrhage.
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