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Role of cerebral amyloid angiopathy in intracerebral hemorrhage in hypertensive patients
Objective: To assess the interaction of cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) and arterial hypertension as cofactors for intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Methods: The authors investigated 129 postmortemExpand
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Ectasia of the basilar artery with special reference to possible pathogenesis.
The pattern of reticular fibers and some other microscopic features of all the major intracranial arteries were examined in two patients with ectatic basilar artery. In order to make a comparisonExpand
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Akinetic mutism associated with bicingular lesions: Clinicopathological and functional anatomical correlates
SummaryThe clinical symptoms and neuropathological findings of three patients suffering from akinetic mutism were summarized. The patients showed almost absolute mutism and immobility and were unableExpand
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Factors influencing hemorrhagic transformation in ischemic stroke: a clinicopathological comparison
As hemorrhagic transformation (HTr) is a frequent complication and can worsen the outcome of acute ischemic stroke, our aim was to assess the risk factors of HTr. Using the database of ourExpand
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A new model for inducing transient cerebral ischemia and subsequent reperfusion in rabbits without craniectomy.
An artificial ball removable by an attached fiber was injected into the middle cerebral artery (MCA) of 16 rabbits, allowing the study of transient (5, 10, 15, or 30 minutes) cerebral ischemiaExpand
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Some observations on reticular fibers in the media of the major cerebral arteries. A comparative study of patients without vascular diseases and those with ruptured berry aneurysms.
In spite of the large number of papers about the changes in the cerebral arterial wall occurring under various conditions, no systematic study can be found in the literature on the reticular fibersExpand
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Fibromuscular dysplasia of the basilar artery. Case report with autopsy verification.
Seven histologically confirmed cases of intracranial fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) have been published. A new case of intracranial FMD confined to the basilar artery occurred in a 32-year-old man.Expand
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Akinetic mutism and locked-in syndrome: the functional-anatomical basis for their differentiation.
The accurate location and extent of brainstem lesions that cause akinetic mutism (a.m.) and/or locked-in syndrome (LiS) are reviewed. We compared the data of our morphological analysis with recentExpand
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Hypoplasia of the basilar artery
  • K. Hegedüs
  • Medicine
  • European archives of psychiatry and neurological…
  • 1 June 1985
SummaryThree patients, aged 65, 70, and 80 years, respectively, with hypoplastic basilar artery are presented. To our knowledge no similar case has been reported in the literature till now. In one ofExpand
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Accuracy of In Vivo Carotid B-Mode Ultrasound Compared With Pathological Analysis: Intima-Media Thickening, Lumen Diameter, and Cross-Sectional Area
Background and Purpose— This study aimed to determine the correlation of in vivo ultrasound measurements of intima-media thickening (IMT), lumen diameter, and cross-sectional area of the commonExpand
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