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Liposuction in Mind

Liposuction in Mind IMAGES IN NEUROLOGY 41-YEAR-OLD MALE After the procedure, the patient had aberrant ductus lymphaticus into patient with a his- an 8-point improvement in Na- the heart. tory of hypercholes- tional Institutes of Health Stroke Iris Q. Grunwald, MD, PhD terolemia, stroke, Scale score. Motor function was now Arani Bose, MD A and congestive heart normal, though mild dysarthria and Tobias Struffert, MD expressive aphasia persisted. failure that required an implant- Bernd F. Romeike, MD, PhD The aspirated material was a soft, able cardioverter defibrillator pre- Maria Politi, MD brown, spongelike tissue. Histo- sented 45 minutes from stroke Wolfgang Reith, MD, PhD pathologic examination revealed symptom onset. His medical his- Anton Haass, MD, PhD fresh fat emboli with abundant tory was also significant for myo- round empty voids from the dis- cardial infarction that required Correspondence: Dr Grunwald, solved fat surrounded by fibrin, leu- 2-vessel percutaneous translumi- Acute Vascular Imaging Centre, John cocytes, and thrombocytes. There nal coronary angioplasty and stent- Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU, was no evidence of fat cells or cho- ing with triple coronary bypass England (iris.grunwald@ndm.ox.ac lesterol clefts (Figure, C and D). surgery complicated by acute intra- .uk). operative rethrombosis. Author Contributions: Study con- Physical http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Neurology American Medical Association

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2009 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6149
eISSN
2168-6157
DOI
10.1001/archneurol.2009.118
pmid
19506147
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Abstract

IMAGES IN NEUROLOGY 41-YEAR-OLD MALE After the procedure, the patient had aberrant ductus lymphaticus into patient with a his- an 8-point improvement in Na- the heart. tory of hypercholes- tional Institutes of Health Stroke Iris Q. Grunwald, MD, PhD terolemia, stroke, Scale score. Motor function was now Arani Bose, MD A and congestive heart normal, though mild dysarthria and Tobias Struffert, MD expressive aphasia persisted. failure that required an implant- Bernd F. Romeike, MD, PhD The aspirated material was a soft, able cardioverter defibrillator pre- Maria Politi, MD brown, spongelike tissue. Histo- sented 45 minutes from stroke Wolfgang Reith, MD, PhD pathologic examination revealed symptom onset. His medical his- Anton Haass, MD, PhD fresh fat emboli with abundant tory was also significant for myo- round empty voids from the dis- cardial infarction that required Correspondence: Dr Grunwald, solved fat surrounded by fibrin, leu- 2-vessel percutaneous translumi- Acute Vascular Imaging Centre, John cocytes, and thrombocytes. There nal coronary angioplasty and stent- Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU, was no evidence of fat cells or cho- ing with triple coronary bypass England (iris.grunwald@ndm.ox.ac lesterol clefts (Figure, C and D). surgery complicated by acute intra- .uk). operative rethrombosis. Author Contributions: Study con- Physical

Journal

JAMA NeurologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 2009

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