Video: Normal Neuro Anatomy: Coronal Section of the Brain Through the Anterior Commissure

Take an anatomy tour through a coronal section of the normal brain at the level of the anterior commisure.  Join me as I review the major neuroanatomical structures of the normal brain, touching on structures that are important to normal functioning and also key players in certain disease processes.     https://youtu.be/lwF0AySb0c0

Lacunar Infarction of Basal Ganglia

A lacunar infarct is a small infarction, or stroke, that is usually less than about 1 to 1.5 cm in size and typically occurs in deep cerebral structures (e.g. basal ganglia) of hypertensive or diabetic patients with small vessel disease of deep penetrating arteries (e.g. lenticulostriate arteries) . The gross impression of this brain, which belonged to... Continue Reading →

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