The aim of the study was to establish the role of arterial hypertension, diabetes and cardiac arrhythmias as the risk factors for ischaemic stroke (IS), considering the type of stroke (RIND and completed stroke) and age. The statistical methods commonly.
The clinical findings, EEG and CT examinations of the brain were compared at three time intervals in patients with ischaemic stroke. No evident correlation was found between the intensity of clinical signs, the intensity of EEG changes and the size of the ischaemic focus in the CT. It was observed that with increasing time interval after the onset of the… (More)
A group of 20 patients (average age 55.5 yrs) with advanced arterioscleorosis obliterans and cerebral thrombosis were treated with pyridinolcarbamate. Anginin was given for 6 months, 1,5--2 g. per day. Observation period before, during and after the treatment lasted 2 yrs. Medical and psychological examinations were performed; laboratory test included:… (More)