Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) and CT perfusion changes
International Journal of Emergency Medicine, 04/06/2012
Hedna VS et al. – Cerebral CT perfusion (CTP) has proved to be a very sensitive measure of cerebral blood flow dynamics, most commonly employed to delineate the infarcted tissue from penumbra (at–risk tissue) in ischemic strokes. But abnormal CTP is also seen in stroke mimics such as seizures, hypoglycemia, tumors, migraines and PRES.