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Repeated cranial computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging scans in two cases of eclampsia
In two cases of eclampsia with consumptive thrombocytopenia, the maximum increase in blood pressure and the lowest platelet count coincided with the maximum degree of neurologic and neuroradiologic abnormality. Computed tomograms showed decreased attenuation, and T2weighted magnetic resonance images showed increased signal intensity focally in the cerebral cortex and the deep gray and white matter. Blood pressure, platelet count, clinical status, and roentgenograms normalized completely in bothdoi:10.1161/01.str.20.4.547 pmid:2929032 fatcat:wjist5f4e5dhtpezbvn3562acu