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Hemorrhagic cerebral infarction

Hyperdense hemorrhage in cerebral infarction area or secondary cerebral infarction area caused by hyperdense blood flow in cerebral infarction area on MRI. This phenomenon is called hemorrhagic cerebral infarction or intracerebral hemorrhage after cerebral infarction.

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