ASPECTS: 10 - No ischemic changes
A mCTA Was Performed At: 10:06 amNo proximal branch occlusion identified.
Multiphase CTA demonstrates a region of subtle contrast hold-up in the distal right ACA territory. On further reviewing an occlusion of the A3 segment of the right ACA is identified.
3] Decision making:
Patient improved spontaneously after the baseline CT/ CTA.
No IV thrombolysis- elevated INR
No IR- distal occlusion, clinically improved
After 4 hours, patient deteriorates clinically with new onset acute right leg weakness.
Repeat CT/ CTA: No changes in findings
Planned for endovascular thrombectomy. After transferring to angio-suite, patient again improved. It was decided to manage conservatively with close monitoring.
4] 24 hours CT Head:Small patchy infarcts in the right parasagittal frontal lobe (right ACA territory) without hemorrhagic transformation or significant mass effect.
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