Prospective evaluation of cerebral angiography and computed tomography in cerebral haematoma.

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One hundred and two consecutive patients with cerebral haematoma were prospectively allocated to one of two groups according to their CT on admission. Group 1 patients were thought to have a high probability of an underlying structural lesion and underwent cerebral angiography acutely. If normal, this was repeated at three months. Group 2 patients were… (More)

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@article{Halpin1994ProspectiveEO, title={Prospective evaluation of cerebral angiography and computed tomography in cerebral haematoma.}, author={Shawn Halpin and Julie A. Britton and James V. Byrne and Andrew G Clifton and Gregory D Hart and Alastair Moore}, journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry}, year={1994}, volume={57 10}, pages={1180-6} }