Pieter De Wit

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Patients with spontaneous primary subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) in whom initial diagnostic investigation, including cerebral four-vessel angiography, does not reveal a cause, present a difficult problem. In a series of 95 patients a cause became apparent in about 10% of cases during the first three weeks, predominantly missed aneurysms. After three weeks(More)
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