Cerebrovascular diseases in a fixed population of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with special reference to relationship between type and risk factors.

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A study was made of the incidence of cerebrovascular disease, the chronological trends, and the relationship between the disease types and risk factors in 16,491 citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The subjects underwent medical examination at least once between 1958-74, and were free of cerebrovascular disease at the initial examination. During the 16-year… (More)

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@article{Lin1984CerebrovascularDI, title={Cerebrovascular diseases in a fixed population of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with special reference to relationship between type and risk factors.}, author={C H Lin and Yukiko Shimizu and Hiroshi Kato and Thomas L Robertson and H Furonaka and Ken Kodama and Yositaka Fukunaga}, journal={Stroke}, year={1984}, volume={15 4}, pages={653-60} }