Where is the common site for microhemorrhage in patients with hypertensive- arteriolosclerosis?


CONCLUSION. The correct answer is thalamus. Microhemorrhages located at the grey- white junction or frontal,occipital,parietal or temporal cortex are usually associated with cerebral amyloid angiopathy.Hypertension related arteriolosclerosis typically results in microhemorrhages in the thalamus,basal ganglia,brainstem and cerebellum.

At junction of white and grey matter

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