Neurology Image Library

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This library illustrates a variety of stroke related diagnoses through deidentified case studies. Use keyword searches to narrow down to specific cases of interest and select a diagnosis to view images.

ID Age Gender Diagnosis Studies
29351 70 M Intraparenchymal hematoma, lobar (R parietal) CT
17950 40 M Sturge-Weber syndrome. MR
5230 75 F Normal angiogram (MRA showed near-occlusion of L vertebral origin) ANGIO
6064 65 M Stenosis, carotid (L internal carotid artery), near-occlusion; Stenosis, carotid, 50% (R internal carotid artery) ANGIO
23489 55 M Aneurysm, vasospasm (R internal carotid artery); Angioplasty, intracranial, for vasospasm; Aneurysm, detachable coil placement ANGIO
39223 50 F Aneurysm, multiple (L para-clinoid, L ophthalmic, R ophthalmic, L superior cerebellar, basilar artery, R posterior communicating) ANGIO
505 35 M Trauma: gun shot injury; Epidural hematoma, traumatic; Subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic; Fracture, bone (L parietal) CT
18774 40 F Arteriovenous malformation, multiple (L frontal, L parietal); Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia CT MR
25983 45 F Neoplasm: frontal mass with calcification CT XRAY
5561 50 F Neoplasm: intramedullary spinal tumor, conus level; Possible spinal ependymoma or astrocytoma MR
7016 35 M Aneurysm, mycotic, middle cerebral artery (MCA, L); Abscess, cerebral, multiple, from endocarditis MR ANGIO
24263 25 M Infarct, medulla; Infarct, pons; Trauma: coma after head injury CT MR
7210 55 F Aneurym, cerebral; Subdural hematoma CT ANGIO
26420 65 F Arteriovenous malformation, spinal dural fistula, T5 MR
32556 85 F Aneurysm, detachable coil placement; Aneurysm, posterior communicating artery (PCOM, L); Suprasellar mass, tumor vs. aneurysm; Subarachnoid hemorrhage; CT MR ANGIO
35741 45 F Aneurysm, multiple; Subdural hematoma CT ANGIO
6314 50 F Intraparenchymal hemorrhage, pons CT
4265 55 M Infarct, pons, paramedian MR
22689 50 F Multiple sclerosis CT MR
18494 40 M Tuberous sclerosis MR