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ECR 2019 / C-0369
Acute Ischemic Stroke: how to make a brilliant report
Congress: ECR 2019
Poster No.: C-0369
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Neuroradiology brain, Emergency, CT, CT-Angiography, Diagnostic procedure, Ischaemia / Infarction
Authors: I. NAVAS FERNANDEZ-SILGADO1, L. Ibañez Sanz1, F. Ballenilla1, P. A. Encinas Escobar2, G. GARCIA GALARRAGA1, J. García Prieto1, J. Alonso Sánchez1, M. D. C. CRUZ CONDE1; 1Madrid/ES, 2Madrid /ES



Stroke can be defined as an acute central nervous system injury with an abrupt onset, and is the third leading cause of mortality in developed countries, and also a major cause of morbidity.


It is a syndrome caused by disruption of the blood flow to part of the brain.


-Risk factors of stroke: high blood pressure (the most important one), cigarette smoking, diabetes, obesity, isquemic cardiopathy, atrial fibrillation...



   - Hemorrhagic stroke (15%): rupture of a blood vessel, with injury to cells and sudden loss of focal brain functions.

   - Ischemic stroke (85%): due to occlusion of a blood vessel. It can be further divided into two groups: thrombotic and embolic strokes.


Fig. 1
References: Radiology, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Hospital 12 de Octubre - Madrid/ES
Fig. 2
References: Radiology, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Hospital 12 de Octubre - Madrid/ES


 -The most common site of ischemic stroke is the MCA.


Fig. 3: Vascular territories.
References: Robin Smithuis (2008). Brain Ischemia - Vascular territories. Radiology Assistant


The goals of the imaging evaluation are to establish a diagnosis as early as possible and to obtain information for guidance on selecting the appropriate therapy.

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