Thalamic hemorrhage

 

 

Bleeding into the thalamus. This is caused by the thalamic rami of central branches of both posterior communicating and posterior cerebral arteries.

It ma also cause symptoms that may be akin to blockage of the above arteries or loss of blood supply to the thalamus in the thalamic syndromes or indeed the posterior cerebral syndrome

 

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