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Massive intraventricular hematomas may, on occasion, burst the ventricular walls and such penetration of the bleeding into the adjacent white matter may be facilitated by the coexistence of periventricular infarcts. Conversely, secondary hemorrhages may develop in periventricular infarcts. 69 Three of the cases illustrated by Pasternak et al. 68 are of that type, as far as one is able to deduce from computed tomography. The two other cases appear to be primary hemorrhagic lesions originating in the parenchyma at sites other than those characteristic of germinal-layer hemorrhage.

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