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Lab 1: Basic Reactions to Injury

Lab 2: Vascular Diseases

Lab 3: Edema and Herniation

Lab 4: Neoplasms

Lab 5: Demyelinating Disorders

Lab 6: Infectious Diseases

Lab 7: Cranio-Spinal Trauma

Lab 8: Toxic and Metabolic Disorders

Lab 9: Developmental Disorders

Lab 10: Degenerative Disorders

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MRI � Spontaneous intracranial hypotension: This 57-year-old man with a history of hypertension presented with positional headaches and double vision. Examination was significant for right-sided abducens palsy. Cerebrospinal fluid opening pressure during lumbar puncture was 17 mm H20. The T1-weighted axial MR image (left) shows a rim of proteinaceous fluid in the subdural space. The gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted axial MR image (right) shows marked pachymeningeal (dural) enhancement.