Cerebral embolization: prospective clinical analysis of 42 cases
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Precipitating factors, prognosis, and demography of cerebrovascular disease in an Indiana community: a review of all patients hospitalized from 1963 to 1965 with neurological examination of survivors
The relation between cardiac function and cerebral blood flow in stroke patients. 1. Effect of CO 2 inhalation
Improvement in brain oxygenation and clinical improvement in patients with strokes treated with papaverine hydrochloride
Ischaemic cerebrovascular diseases in an autopsy series. I. Prevalence, location and predisposing factors in verified thrombo-embolic occlusions, and their significance in the pathogenesis of cerebral infarction
Hemodynamic changes following correction of severe aortic stenosis using the Cutter-Smeloff prosthesis
CLINICO-EEG CORRELATION WITH ARTERIAL AND JUGULAR VENOUS BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES IN ACUTE NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER
Late seizures following a first symptomatic brain infarct are related to large infarcts involving the posterior area around the lateral sulcus
Case records of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly clinicopathological exercises. Case 50-1977
Poststroke epilepsy: occurrence and predictors--a long-term prospective controlled study (Akershus Stroke Study)
The combined effects of hypertension, hemodilution, and osmotherapy on the metabolic sequelae of acute experimental cerebral ischemia
The effect of glycerol and intracarotid phenoxybenzamine after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage. An ultrastructural study
Transient ischemic attacks (TIAS) and cerebral infarction (CI): a comparison of predisposing factors
Incidence of seizures following initial ischemic stroke in a community-based cohort: The Framingham Heart Study
Levetiracetam versus carbamazepine in patients with late poststroke seizures: a multicenter prospective randomized open-label study (EpIC Project)
Incidence and predictors for post-stroke epilepsy. A prospective controlled trial. The Akershus stroke study
Relationship between normalized distributional pattern and functional outcome in patients with acute cardiogenic cerebral embolism
Embolus analogue trajectory paths under physiological flowrates through patient specific aortic arch models
Cardiac disorders predisposing to development of cerebrovascular diseases in the Japanese. Data obtained at autopsy
Neurological complications of heart surgery. Review of their pathogenesis and bases for their treatment
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