James Tyner

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Neuroimaging shows that both global and focal neurologic deficits after cardiac surgery share an acute, often multifocal, embolic cerebral infarction etiology; yet, analyses of stroke risk factors historically have emphasized the focal deficits. We test if consolidating encephalopathy and coma with focal deficits affects four stroke risk factors and a dummy(More)
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