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Stroke associated with heroin use (MRI)

Axial MR imaging through the brain at corresponding levels on T2- (A), FLAIR (B), T1- (C) and diffusion- (D) weighted images demonstrates multiple watershed areas of infarction throughout the brain in a young female having taken heroin. The white arrow indicates an area of hemorrhagic infarction in the right frontal lobe. (Contributed by Dr. Gomez-Hassan.)

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