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Lung cancer and spontaneous cerebral gas emboli (MRI) (2)

Findings on susceptibility-weighted imaging from a head MRI in a patient with lung cancer and spontaneous cerebral gas emboli. Small dot-like low signal (circles) in the right frontal cortex (left image) and the left parietal subcortex (right image) on susceptibility-weighted imaging. (TR/TE). (Source: Inatomi S, Izumi T, Eura N, et al. Electroencephalographic findings after convulsive seizures due to cerebral arterial air embolism secondary to lung cancer: a case report. J Med Case Rep 2022;16[1]:137. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License [CC BY 4.0],