Enlarged perivascular spaces
and cerebral small vessel disease.
Dilated perivascular spaces
in small-vessel disease: a study in CADASIL.
15) In this African grey parrot, AQP4 was overexpressed in the whole brain, especially in the striatum, cerebral cortex, hippocampus, cerebellum, and perivascular spaces
in the basal ganglia of the human brain: their relationship to lacunes.
filled with such macrophages and lymphocytes and relative axonal loss complete the picture.
2]-weighted images and cerebrospinal fluid signal intensity on subtraction images, separate from the circle of Willis vessels and perivascular spaces
Cryptococcal infection may result in basal meningitis or in the formation of cryptococcomas (gelatinous pseudocysts) that are located in the perivascular spaces
The tumor cells tend to grow in the perivascular spaces
, although they do not destroy or obliterate the vascular lumen (Samuels & Feske, 1996).
The pathological changes found underlying all white matter areas of increased MRI signals consisted of tortuous small arteries with sclerotic thickened walls and enlarged perivascular spaces
[14-43], strongly supporting a vascular mechanism.