fogging effect

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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fogging effect

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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In Chapter Two, the argument that the Faux Demetrius, a work of history about pretenders to the Russian throne, was meant as a political satire of Louis Napoleon (soon to be Napoleon III), but that it nonetheless passed unnoticed as such due to the fogging effect of the position of the author within the imperial government, is certainly intriguing.
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