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Canine brain affected by cerebral haemorrhage

Royal Veterinary College

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Credit: Canine brain affected by cerebral haemorrhage. Credit: Michael Frank, Royal Veterinary College. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)


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Dog (canine) brain as viewed from above. A haemorrhage (stroke) affecting the cerebrum (the main brain region) has resulted in bleeding in the front right-hand region of the brain (bottom left of image). Cerebrovascular accidents are rare in dogs but this type of haemorrhage can occur as a result of tumour growth, blood clotting defects or poisoning.



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