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<b>Figure 1</b>

Figure 1. From: Does perinatal asphyxia impair cognitive function without cerebral palsy?.

 Watershed pattern of injury. Magnetic resonance imaging acquired on the second day of life: axial T2‐weighted spin echo (TR 3000 ms, TE 120 ms, 4 mm slice thickness) image showing the characteristic T2 hyperintensity of the cortex and white matter in the posterior intervascular boundary regions (arrowheads). Axial average diffusivity maps (TR 7000 ms, TE 99.5 ms, 3 mm slice thickness, no gap, three repetitions per image, 18×36 cm field of view, 128×256 acquisition matrix, with 1.4×1.4 mm2 in‐plane resolution) show reduced diffusivity isolated to the frontal and parieto‐occipital intervascular boundary zones (arrows), with sparing of the deep grey nuclei.

F F Gonzalez, et al. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2006 November;91(6):F454-F459.

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