fog·ging ef·fect(fawg'ing e-fekt')
In computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, inability to determine or visualize results of a cerebral stroke several days after the insult's occurrence.
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Transient difficulty in visualizing an ischemic stroke with computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, typically occurring about 10 days after the stroke.
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