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A Rare Case Report of Unilateral Involvement of Basal Ganglia and Thalamus in a Case of Hypoxic Brain Injury
TEXILA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL RESEARCH
Hypoxic injury of brain can occur at any age from an infant to an adult, also called as global hypoxic ischaemic injury. The patients usually presents with a history of asphyxiation, drowning, cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest. Basalganglia, thalami, cerebral cortex (the sensorimotor and visual cortices are predominantly involved, though involvement is often diffuse), cerebellum, hippocampi are the areas usually affected in the brain. Usually the involvement is bilateral in deep nuclei wedoi:10.21522/tijcr.2014.03.01.art024 fatcat:kndbgtjc3zbg5jc5acqzdvvfqa