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|The '''brain''' is symmetrical and weighs ___g.
 
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|{{Moderate-begin}} The cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres are of equal size, and have a normal weight of ___g. {{Comment-begin}}Men: 1.180 to 1.620 g. Women: 1.030 to 1.400 g{{Comment-end}}<ref name="MolinaDiMaio2012"/><ref name="MolinaDiMaio2015"/>
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|{{Moderate-begin}} The cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres are of equal size, and have a normal weight of ___g. {{Comment-begin}}Men: 1.180 to 1.620 g. Women: 1.030 to 1.400 g{{Comment-end}}<ref>Standard reference range: {{cite journal|last1=Molina|first1=D. Kimberley|last2=DiMaio|first2=Vincent J.M.|title=Normal Organ Weights in Men|journal=The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology|volume=33|issue=4|year=2012|pages=368–372|issn=0195-7910|doi=10.1097/PAF.0b013e31823d29ad}}</ref><ref>Standard reference range: {{cite journal|last1=Molina|first1=D. Kimberley|last2=DiMaio|first2=Vincent J. M.|title=Normal Organ Weights in Women|journal=The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology|volume=36|issue=3|year=2015|pages=182–187|issn=0195-7910|doi=10.1097/PAF.0000000000000175}}</ref>
 
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Revision as of 05:19, 16 January 2020

Author: Mikael Häggström [notes 1]
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The meninges and venous sinuses are unremarkable. ((The dura and venous sinuses are unremarkable. The leptomeninges are thin, shiny and non-irritated, with no visible bleeding.

(No visible thrombi. No subdural hematoma.)

The brain is symmetrical and weighs ___g. ( The cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres are of equal size, and have a normal weight of ___g. [[Men: 1.180 to 1.620 g. Women: 1.030 to 1.400 g]][1][2]
No signs of herniation (No grooves on the bases of the cerebrum or cerebellum.)

((The cerebral ventricles are of normal size, with normal linings.)) Cut surfaces of the cerebrum, cerebellum and brainstem show (normal gray and white parenchyma, and) no ((encephalomalacia, ))(hemorrhages, tumors or other) focal abnormalities.
The basal cerebral arteries << are ordinary / {{have mild / moderate / severe atherosclerosis}}>> without aneurysms or thrombus.

Notes

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References

  1. Standard reference range: Molina, D. Kimberley; DiMaio, Vincent J.M. (2012). "Normal Organ Weights in Men ". The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 33 (4): 368–372. doi:10.1097/PAF.0b013e31823d29ad. ISSN 0195-7910. 
  2. Standard reference range: Molina, D. Kimberley; DiMaio, Vincent J. M. (2015). "Normal Organ Weights in Women ". The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 36 (3): 182–187. doi:10.1097/PAF.0000000000000175. ISSN 0195-7910.