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Occlusion of the Left Middle Cerebral Artery
Occlusion of the Left Middle Cerebral Artery

This exhibit features an anterior view of a transparent brain with the major arteries visible within. The clot/occlusion within the distal M2 branch of the left middle cerebral artery is clearly visible, and the brain tissue fed by this vessel will be gray and lifeless (large area of infarction). Next, one of the actual films appears alongside an artist's interpretation of this film, again showing the large area of infarction as gray and lifeless brain tissue.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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