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Definitions

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  • noun An area of high intensity on a magnetic resonance imaging scan of the brain.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ intensity

Examples

  • Those who consumed more monounsaturated fat, which is found in olive oil, had lower white-matter hyperintensity volumes on their brain scans.

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  • But achieving that sense without falling into leadenness and monotony or, conversely, unnatural hyperintensity isn't easy.

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  • In a cohort study, people 65 and older with high pressure were at greater risk of cerebrovascular disease (CVD), including infarcts and white matter hyperintensity volume, according to Adam Brickman, PhD, of Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons, and colleagues.

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  • Older age was also significantly associated with greater white matter hyperintensity volume, at

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  • T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging of the brain showed hyperintensity and enlargement of the inferior olivary nuclei, findings that were compatible with a diagnosis of hypertrophic olivary degeneration (Panel B, arrowheads).

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  • Hints for differential diagnosis: hyperacute ischemic stroke the T2-weighted SE and T2*-weighted gradient-echo findings are normal. hyperacute hemorrhage, heterogeneous hyperintensity with a hypointense rim is seen on T2-weighted SE and T2*-weighted gradient - echo images.

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  • Then follows cytotoxic edema restriction of water diffusion hyperintensity on DW images.

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  • Then follows cytotoxic edema restriction of water diffusion hyperintensity on DW images.

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  • The differential diagnosis includes acute infarction, which also shows hyperintensity on DW images and reduced ADC values.

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  • In both patients, affected white matter showed hyperintensity on DW images, associated with a decrease in ADC values

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