pericallosal

pericallosal

 [per″ĭ-kah-lo´sal]
situated around the corpus callosum.
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The corpus callosum and pericallosal arteries were identified and entry to lateral ventricle was made.
In this report, we present a patient with repeated and recurrent meth abuse who demonstrated rapid growth of a pericallosal aneurysm over the period of fewer than two weeks.
Post-contrast images demonstrated linear enhancement surrounding pericallosal arteries consistent with vasculitis.
Dawson fingers (Figure 4) involving pericallosal areas perpendicular to corpus callosum were seen in 3 cases.
Near the superior frontal gyrus, these arteries anastomose with branches from the pericallosal artery of the anterior cerebral artery.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain revealed periventricular and pericallosal hyperintense lesions that were typical of MS (Figure 1, 2).
Recently, study has demonstrated a significant increase of cortical IL-1[beta] as early as 1 h after the beginning of reperfusion, the cytokine being mainly expressed in cortical neurons and pericallosal astroglial cells [92].
The pericallosal region as well as the quadrigeminal and suprasellar cisterns is the common location for intracranial lipomas.
Zaidat, "Pericallosal artery aneurysm treatment using Y-configuration stent-assisted coil embolization: a report of four cases," Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery, vol.
Pelletier, "Mechanisms of normal appearing corpus callosum injury related to pericallosal T1 lesions in multiple sclerosis using directional diffusion tensor and 1H MRS imaging," Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, vol.
Brain lipomas are rare congenital lesions usually asymptomatic and with pericallosal or midline location.