Helena Nielubowiczowa

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On the basis of a survey of the pertinent literature and own experiences the authors discuss briefly the indications and contraindications to surgical treatment of stenosis or occlusion of the extracranial arteries supplying the brain. They stress that reconstructive operations on the extracranial cerebral arteries are primarily of prophylactic importance(More)
Radioisotope angioscintigraphy following intravenous injection bolus of 99mTc-pertechnetate was performed in 49 patients with cerebrovascular disturbances. The region of interest placement on the sequential analog images of both middle cerebral and internal carotid arteries and time-activity curves were displayed on the video monitor. In 35 cases of this(More)
The authors carried out ultrasonographic investigations in 136 patients with disturbances of the cerebral circulation and compared them with the results of clinical observations. In a high proportion of cases an agreement was found between the results of ultrasonographic investigations and clinical observations. Besides that, the authors call attention to(More)
The result of angiographic and ultrasonographic investigations were compared in 87 patients with cerebral circulation disturbances. A high degree of agreement (79%) was demonstrated between the results of Doppler ultrasonography and angiography. The authors stress the importance of ultrasonographic investigations in the differential diagnosis between(More)
The authors report a clinical analysis of 200 cases of various forms of stenosis and occlusion of the extracranial arteries supplying the brain. The cases were collected in a period of 15 years. Follow-up investigations were conducted in 100 conservatively treated patients and 100 surgically treated ones. Syndromes of cerebral, ophthalmic, trophic and(More)
The results of scintigraphic investigations of the brain were analysed in patients with ischaemic strokes. In all cases scintigraphic investigation was done twice at least. Particular attention is called to the dynamic development of changes in the size of pathological foci in relation to the degree of improvement in the neurological condition of the(More)
The authors describe the clinical manifestations in 200 cases of cerebellar vascular lesions confirmed on autopsy. The clinical symptoms and signs included very little typical cerebellar signs, the most frequently observed changes were: gradually increasing coma, muscular hypotonia, sluggish reflexes, ocular signs. The diagnosis was made even more difficult(More)