Joseph Vukov

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A 35-year-old white man with a history of migraine and acute isolated 6th nerve palsy was found to have a large intracavernous aneurysm of the carotid artery. The case demonstrates that a 6th nerve palsy may infrequently be due to an intracavernous aneurysm and, therefore, one should rule out this and other intracranial lesions or systemic disease before(More)
Autonomic hyperreflexia is a phenomenon seen in quadriplegic patients involving hyperactivity and dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. Unilateral lid retraction, mydriasis, and relative exophthalmos were observed in a young man having unilateral autonomic hyperreflexia, demonstrating that sympathetic discharge to the eye may be a part of this(More)
Lockean accounts of personhood propose that an individual is a person just in case that individual is characterized by some advanced cognitive capacity. On these accounts, human beings with severe cognitive impairment are not persons. Some accept this result-I do not. In this paper, I therefore advance and defend an account of personhood that secures(More)
In three years' period 80 trombendarteriotomies on iliacae and femoralis arteris were made in our department. The decision for surgical measures was made on the basis of clinical state as well as aorto--graphies. With us, the basic principal of obliteration removing, was the initial gangren extremities and stronger rest pains. Analyzing our results we found(More)
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