Cerebral Hemispheric and Contralateral Cerebellar Hypoperfusion during a Transient Ischemic Attack

Daniela Perani, Paolo Gerundini, Gian Luigi Lenzi
1987 Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism  
We studied a 79-year-old woman within 3 h of the onset of a motor aphasia and a right hemiparesis. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) showed a 24% decrease in the perfusion of the left middle cerebral artery territory and a 16% reduction in the per fusion of the right cerebellum. A mild naming difficulty was the neurological deficit at the end of the SPECT ex-Abbreviations used: CCD, crossed cerebellar diaschisis; ROI, region of interest; SPECT, single photon emission computed
more » ... mography; 99mTc-HM-PAO, 99mT c-hexamethyl-propylene amine-oxime; TIC, transient ischemic attack. Vorstrup S, Hemmingsen R, Henriksen L, Lindewald H, Engel HC, Lassen NA (1983) Regional cerebral blood flow in pa tients with transient ischemic attacks studied by xenon 133 inhalation and emission tomography. Stroke 14:903-910
doi:10.1038/jcbfm.1987.95 pmid:3497164 fatcat:et23yiwpubhevgu4qgtsyisfpu