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The Lausanne Stroke Registry: analysis of 1,000 consecutive patients with first stroke.
We present epidemiologic, etiologic, and clinical data for 1,000 consecutive patients with a first stroke (cerebral infarction or hemorrhage) admitted to the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire VaudoisExpand
Thalamic infarcts
We studied forty patients with CT-proven thalamic infarcts without involvement of the superficial territory of the posterior cerebral artery. The delineation into four arterial thalamic territoriesExpand
Hyperkinetic movement disorders during and after acute stroke: The Lausanne Stroke Registry
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE To study consecutive patients with acute or delayed hyperkinetic movement disorders in the Lausanne Stroke Registry. METHODS We have identified 29 patients with acute orExpand
Spontaneous carotid dissection with acute stroke.
Thirty (2.5%) of 1200 consecutive patients with a first stroke had a spontaneous dissection with occlusion of the cervical internal carotid artery (ICA). A suggestive picture with ipsilateralExpand
Sensory syndromes in parietal stroke
We studied 20 patients with an acute parietal stroke with hemisensory disturbances but no visual field deficit and no or only slight motor weakness, without thalamic involvement on CT or MRI andExpand
Cardiac sources of embolism and cerebral infarction—clinical consequences and vascular concomitants
We studied clinical characteristics and coexisting causes of stroke in 305 patients admitted to a population-based primary care center with an initial ischemic stroke and a potential cardiac sourceExpand
Isolated infarcts of the pons
Article abstract-We studied 36 patients with MRI-proven isolated acute pontine infarct. Corresponding to the constant territories of intrinsic pontine vessels, infarcts followed a predictableExpand
The syndrome of unilateral tuberothalamic artery territory infarction.
The study of 3 personal cases and 5 published cases of unilateral infarct limited to the territory of the tuberothalamic artery suggests that this syndrome should be differentiated from the otherExpand
Intrathecal delivery of CNTF using encapsulated genetically modifiedxenogeneic cells in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients
Neuronal growth factors hold promise for providing therapeutic benefits in various neurological disorders. As a means of ensuring adequate central nervous system delivery of growth factors andExpand