H Aschayeri

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Neuropsychologic findings during recovery from cortical blindness are described in four right-handed patients (two female, two male) aged 53 to 70 years. The lesions were due to occlusion of both posterior cerebral arteries (Case 1) and vascular spasm following subarachnoidal hemorrhage (Case 3) or angiography (Cases 2 and 4). Complete blindness lasted for(More)
The arterial architecture of large meningiomas were studied in the cerebral cortex of medulla by selective arteriography of internal and external carotid arteries, or the common care in 12 patients. The findings were compared with operative observations (or in one case with the autopsy result), and were related to the histological and pathological findings.(More)
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