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Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) thromboplastic, anticoagulative, and fibrinolytic properties were examined in patients with brain injuries of different etiology (traumas, infarctions, hemorrhages, meningitides or meningoencephalitides), basing on CSF coagulograms. CSF thromboplastic activity and decreased anticoagulative activity were detected in all cases of(More)
On the basis of dynamic examinations of 52 patients with various forms of cerebrovascular disorders it has been found, that intravascular aggregation of platelets takes place in all forms of cerebral stroke (brain infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, subarachnoidal hemorrhage) and in transitory disturbances of cerebral circulation. The intravascular aggregation(More)
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