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English: Computer tomography of human brain, from base of the skull to top. Taken with intravenous contrast medium. It was taken Mars 23, 2007 on the uploader, after a 20 minute episode of homonymous hemianopsia with loss of the left visual field, but nothing strange was found. Three episodes of scotoma occurred in the following years, whereof the last one was scintillating (depiction). Otherwise, there were no further neurological symptoms.
Türkçe: Geçirdiği bir kaza neticesinde homonim hemianopsi vakası oluşan bir hastanın beyninin bilgisayarlı tomografisi. Tomografi neticesinde bir anomaliye rastlanmamıştır.
Date Uploaded January 17, 2008
Source Radiology, Uppsala University Hospital. Uploaded by Mikael Häggström.
Author Department of Radiology, Uppsala University Hospital. Uploaded by Mikael Häggström.
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