Pathology - this one has crossed the midline to the...

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Here is anterior atrophy of the cerebellum in a patient with chronic alcoholism. The brain of a patient diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disorder. Notice the loss of the brain tissue clearly seen on this picture.
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This is the worst possible form of glioma--a glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). These neoplasms are quite vascular with prominent areas of necrosis and hemorrhage. Note how
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Unformatted text preview: this one has crossed the midline to the opposite hemisphere . One of many causes for hemorrhage, particularly in persons aged 10 to 30, is a vascular malformation. Seen here is a mass of irregular, tortuous vessels over the left posterior parietal region. This intermediate infarct of the frontal lobe shows necrosis with formation of cystic spaces as resolution begins....
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