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65-year-old man with aphasia
A 65-year-old man with acute aphasia following physical therapy.
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Summary | 4 Annotations
What sequence should be looked at next?
2020/11/14 18:28
There is abnormal FLAIR signal. Need to look at diffusion to see if there is restricted diffusion to determine if it is acute. Then look at ADC to see if it is real or T2 shine-through.
2020/11/14 18:28
Need a CT angiogram to clear the vessels.
2020/11/14 18:30
What is the next best imaging exam?
2020/11/14 18:30