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Figure 2–8. Medial occipital cortical infarction secondary to a tentorial hernia compressing the posterior cerebral artery.

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Figure 2–8. Medial occipital cortical infarction secondary to a tentorial hernia compressing the posterior cerebral artery.The right medial occipital cortex, involving the primary visual cortex, shows dusky discoloration. The area of infarction is outlined by arrows.

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