F H Scharfetter

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This description of a false aneurysm of the artery of the angular gyrus resulting from damage by a Cushing needle demonstrates the origin and the development of the lesion, and also its healing following thrombosis. The pathogenesis of the aneurysm is shown by illustrations of the angiographic findings and the histology.
  • F Scharfetter
  • 1994
The old neurological art of careful examination and detailed description of an unconscious patient delivers a vivid picture of cerebral functions and deficiencies. Daily medical practice, however, demands immediate information with measurable and easily comparable numerical values. This requirement is best satisfied by the current proven and universally(More)
  • F Scharfetter
  • 1990
At first we state here a synopsis of the different kinds and causes of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SA): spontaneous, traumatic, surgical. The most frequent cause of a spontaneous SA is a vascular malformation (an aneurysm or an arterio-venous anomaly). The main part of the paper deals with aneurysm-bleeding: the symptoms and signs, the natural course of the(More)