Progress in Cerebrovascular Disease Experimental Ischemic Stroke: A Review

Abstract

THE HUMAN SYNDROME OF STROKE consists of the abrupt development of a focal neurologic deficit whose origin can be traced to either the occlusion of a cerebral vessel (usually arterial), or the spontaneous rupture of an intracranial artery with consequent hemorrhage in the brain parenchyma or in the subarachnoid space. Retrospective analyses of large groups… (More)

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