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Ischemic infarcts involving the insula

Overlap image of ischemic infarcts involving the insula (overlap of at least two lesions is depicted) from published case reports on hemispheric infarcts accompanied by vertigo: the ischemic lesions were mainly located in the posterior parts of the insula (anterior long insular gyrus and posterior long insular gyrus--IV, V). (Source: Conrad J, Boegle R, Ruehl RM, Dieterich M. Evaluating the rare cases of cortical vertigo using disconnectome mapping. Brain Struct Funct 2022;227[9]:3063-73. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International [CC BY 4.0] license,