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Figure 3.95. Autopsy coronal views of the brain with bilateral intraventricular hemorrhage. Note the lack of convolutions and convexities in this immature brain. The ventricles are enlarged as a result of massive bleeding.

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Figure 3.95. Autopsy coronal views of the brain with bilateral intraventricular hemorrhage. Note the lack of convolutions and convexities in this immature brain. The ventricles are enlarged as a result of massive bleeding.

Figure 3.94. Autopsy specimens of the brains of two infants showing massive hemorrhage. Top, hemorrhages at the base of the brain. Bottom, massive bilateral intraven-tricular hemorrhages.

Figure 3.96. Autopsy specimen of a brain with bilateral intraventricular hemorrhage. Note the marked extension of the hemorrhage into the right cerebrum. This constitutes a grade IV intraventricular hemorrhage.

Intraventricular Hemorrhage

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Intraventricular Hemorrhage Newborn

Figure 3.97. Autopsy specimens of casts of blood from a large intraventricular hemorrhage. Top, cast of the lateral ventricle; bottom, cast of the fourth ventricle.

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