Reporte de Caso-Encefalomalacia cerebral en pavos comerciales. Una parvada de pavos .. marily in the periventricular gray matter (30,39). Excess dietary. Encefalomalácia Periventricular. C POR (Portuguese) MSHPOR ( Medical Subject Headings Portuguese Language Edition). Algunos trastornos incluidos en esta etapa son la necrosis neural, leucomalacia periventricular, poroencefalia, encefalomalacia multiquistica y el status.
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Evidence of old left MCA territory infarct with encephalomalacia and surrounding gliosis. There is ex vacuo dilatation of the left lateral ventricle. Ventricular size and sulcal pattern is stable. Further periventricular hypodensities most likely reflect sequelae of chronic small vessel ischemia.
Focal hypodensity in the region of the right external capsule is again noted. What is the main abnormality? Encephalomalacia involving the left MCA territory.
A large area of encephalomalacia is present on the left side involving much of the the temporal lobe, posterior frontal and parietal lobes with surrounding gliosis, consistent with an old MCA territory infarct. There is associated ex-vacuo dilatation of the left lateral ventricle, and atrophy of the left cerebral peduncle consistent with Wallerian degeneration.
No restricted diffusion rather encegalomalacia is facilitated diffusion and only a few regions of signal drop out due to blood products are noted.
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