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Non-invasive Carotid Artery Imaging to Identify the Vulnerable Plaque: Current Status and Future Goals.
BACKGROUND The current clinical practise to determine if a patient should undergo carotid intervention to prevent stroke is to determine the clinical features combined with degree of carotidExpand
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CEREBRAL SYMPTOMS INDUCED BY ANGIONEUROTIC EDEMA
Some of the phenomena to which I shall refer have been described before, but usually without emphasis, so that they have been forgotten. We are familiar with the appearance of "wet brain," but we doExpand
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A Text-Book of Medicine
Of the first edition of the English translation of the work 17,000 copies were sold in two years ! Doubtless this second edition will as amply repay the enterprise of the publishers. Dieulafoy is aExpand
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A FURTHER NOTE ON THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF RETROBULBAR NEURITIS IN EXPANDING LESIONS OF THE FRONTAL LOBES: WITH A REPORT OF THIS SYNDROME IN A CASE OF ANEURYSM OF THE RIGHT INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY
Difficulty in the diagnosis of cerebral lesions varies directly with the degree of physiologic latency possessed by the affected brain area. Again, even when tissue subserving active function becomesExpand
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THE SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF FRONTAL AND TEMPOROSPHENOIDAL TUMORS
Because of the paucity of definitely known physiologic centers in the frontal lobes, the diagnosis of tumor formation in these areas has long been difficult. Neurologists have been forced to look forExpand
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THE SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF TEMPOROSPHENOIDAL TUMORS
INTRODUCTION In a paper on the "Localization of Intracranial Tumors," Byrom Bramwell 1 has stated that in two cases reported by him in which the tumor involved the temporosphenoidal lobe, there were,Expand
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OCULAR DISTURBANCES IN EPIDEMIC ENCEPHALITIS
Another consideration of the ocular manifestations in epidemic encephalitis is now in order as new cases of this disease have been appearing lately ; indubitable material has not been seen for aboutExpand
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HEAD INJURIES: EFFECTS AND THEIR APPRAISAL: IV. EVALUATION OF EVIDENCE
It is manifest from the foregoing papers of this series that brain scar produces brain deformity. This deformity can now be demonstrated clinically by aerograms. It is important to consider whetherExpand
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