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Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group

Embolic Foreign Material Found at the Site of a Brain Hemorrhage Several Days after Flow-Diversion

Caption: This shows low-power (A) and high-power (B) photomicrographs of an intraarteriolar vascular inclusion. Low-power (C) and high-power (D) photomicrographs demonstrating obstructive vascular inclusions are also found in vessels within the leptomeningeal circulation. The inclusions are polyvinylpyrrolidone.

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