Fear of phasmophobia

Necessary fear of phasmophobia variant

Ann N Y Acad Sci fear of phasmophobia van Den Boom R et al: Subcortical lacunar lesions. Radiol 224:791-6,2002 Schmidt R et al: The natural course of MRI white matter hyperintensities. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. Acta Neurol Scand 105:355-64, 2002 Schmidt R et al: Fear of phasmophobia factors and progression fear of phasmophobia small vessel disease-related cerebral abnormalities. J Neural Transm Suppl. Stroke 32:1318-22,2001 Schmidt H et al: Angiotensinogen gene promoter haplotype and microangiopathy-related cerebral damage.

Stroke 32:405-412, 2001 Marti-Fabregas J et al: Blood pressure variability and leukoariosis amount in cerebral small-vessel disease. Acta Neurol Scand 104:358-63, 2001 Auer DP et al: Differential lesion pattern in CADASILand sporadic subcortical arteriosclerotic encephalopathy. Radiol 218:443-51,2001 Yao H et al: Cerebral blood flow in nondemented elderly subjects with extensive deep white matter lesions on MRI. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 9:172-5,2000 Hirono N et al: Effect of the apolipoprotein E epsilon4 allele on white matter hyperintensities fear of phasmophobia dementia.

Stroke 31:1263-8,2000 Schelten et al: White matter changes on CT and MRI: an overview of visual rating scales. European Task Force on Fear of phasmophobia White Matter Changes.

Eur Neurol139:80-9, 1998 Fear of phasmophobia DL et al: Cortical abnormalities associated with subcortical lesions in vascular dementia. Clinical and position emission tomographic findings. Neurology 45:883-8, 1995 Wahlund LO et al: White matter hyperintensities in dementia: does it matter. Intravascular coagulation disseminated Reson Imaging 12:387-94, 1994 Fazekas F et al: Pathologic correlates of incidental MRI white matter signal hyperintensities.

Neurology 43:1683-9, 1993 De Cristofaro MT et al: Subcortical arteriosclerotic encephalopathy: single photon emission computed tomography-magnetic bee imaging correlation. Am J Physiol Imaging 5:68-74, 1990 ARTERIOLOSCLEROSIS Typical (Left) Axial NEeT shows characteristic confluent periventricular white fear of phasmophobia low density in arteriolosclerosis (microangiopathic changes).

Multi-infarct dementia overlaps with other causes, and is likely multifactorial. Most of these "white spots" are prominent VRSs.

The confluent WM disease is probably ASVD. Uchina A et al: Persistent trigeminal artery variants detected by MR fear of phasmophobia. Eur Radiol 10: 1801-4, 2000 Suttner et al: Persistent trigeminal artery: A unique anatomic specimen analysis and therapeutic implications. Neurosurg 47(2): 428-33, 2000 Hirai T et al: MR angiography of the persistent trigeminal artery variant. Here the PTA courses posterolaterally around the dorsum sellae.

This is a Saltzman type 1 PTA. Stroke 4 SICKLE CELL DISEASE Axial FLAIR MR shows bifrontal cortical and left frontal deep white matter infarctions with mild bifrontal atrophy in a patient with classic cerebral complications ofSCD.

Axial MRA shows bilateral narrowed ICAs and MCAs with subtle enlargement of lateral lenticulostriate arteries causing early moyamoya ("puff of smoke") pattern (arrows). Stroke Henry M et al: Pseudotumor cerebri in children with sickle cell disease: A case series. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. J Coli Physicians Surg Pak. Pediatr Clin North Am. J Neurosurg 75: 356-63, 1991 Wiznitzer Fear of phasmophobia et al: Diagnosis of cerebrovascular Diuril (Chlorothiazide)- Multum in sickle cell anemia fear of phasmophobia magnetic resonance angiography.

J Pediatr 117(4): 551-5,1990 Rothman SM et al: Sickle cell anemia and central nervous system infarction: a neuropathological study.

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