Anca Stefania Slujitoru

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We studied the clinical and histopathological changes in twenty-seven cases of acute ischemic stroke, aged between 65 and 75 years. All deaths occurred within 30 days after stroke. The aim of our study was to establish the clinical and histological correlations in acute ischemic stroke to detect prognostic factors. Brain lesions after acute stroke were(More)
The central nervous system is considered the most complex morphological structure of the human body. Between nervous tissue and cerebral circulation is a very close relationship, so transient vascular meningocerebral disturbances cause changes in neuronal function clinically expressed as various neurological signs and symptoms, especially in the elderly. In(More)
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