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Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage
TLDR
It is concluded that etiology and localization are of prognostic value in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
Cerebral blood flow velocity in acute schizophrenic patients. A transcranial Doppler ultrasonography study.
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Acutely psychotic first-episode schizophrenics show a significantly increased bilateral cerebral blood flow velocity, which normalizes on psychopathological improvement, and blood flow showed significant correlations with productive psychotic symptoms.
A truly simultaneous combination of functional transcranial Doppler sonography and H(2)(15)O PET adds fundamental new information on differences in cognitive activation between schizophrenics and
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It is demonstrated that schizophrenic patients exhibit qualitative differences in the spatial and temporal resolution of cognitive processing, which could be interpreted as a sign of alternative, less efficient problem-solving strategies in schizophrenia that lead to the working memory deficits observed during the further course of this disease.
Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage. Prognostic factors in 896 cases.
TLDR
It is concluded that etiology and localization are of prognostic value in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
Altered relationships between rCBF in different brain regions of never-treated schizophrenics.
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These results indicate differences in the neuronal interplay between regions in schizophrenic and healthy subjects and can be seen as a sign of change and dysfunction of the systems regulating specificity and diversity of the neuronal functions.