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Figure 3: A 51-year-old woman with a ruptured left posterior communicating artery aneurysm developed a decreased level of consciousness and right hemiplegia, postclipping. Digital subtraction angiography (A) shows vasospasm (arrows), which improved (arrows in B), after treatment with intra-arterial milrinone. Whole brain CT perfusion shows a large area of decreased CBF (arrow in C), normal CBV (D), and increased MTT (arrow in E) and TTP (arrow in F) in the left hemisphere. Post-treatment CTP (G-J) was normal with no residual clinical deficits

Figure 3: A 51-year-old woman with a ruptured left posterior communicating artery aneurysm developed a decreased level of consciousness and right hemiplegia, postclipping. Digital subtraction angiography (A) shows vasospasm (arrows), which improved (arrows in B), after treatment with intra-arterial milrinone. Whole brain CT perfusion shows a large area of decreased CBF (arrow in C), normal CBV (D), and increased MTT (arrow in E) and TTP (arrow in F) in the left hemisphere. Post-treatment CTP (G-J) was normal with no residual clinical deficits