[Cerebrovascular diseases in advanced and very old age. Significance and correlation of computer tomography studies of the skull and EEG].


118 patients between 50 and 90 years of age with an acute cerebrovascular disease were examined. While cranial computerized tomography was helpful in the differential diagnosis of ischemia or hemorrhage it was less helpful in the diagnosis of other cerebrovascular diseases (abnormalities, stenoses). Frequent EEG-analysis permitted in the cases of cerebral… (More)


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