T Vogtmann

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During recent years, the management of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) has changed, resulting in an increase in early operations and routine administration of nimodipine. Both influenced the indication for transcranial Doppler sonography (TCD). Furthermore, investigations detected discrepancies between Doppler findings and neurological status. In a(More)
In addition to attacks with the well-known pulsating characteristics of migrainous headache, migraine patients may experience a variety of peculiar pain sensations which are phenomenologically similar to the spontaneous sensations occurring in patients with thalamic disturbances and to the cenesthesias described as basic symptoms in functional psychoses. A(More)
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