Subarachnoid hemorrhage in an isolated population. Incidence on the Faroes during the period 1962-1975.

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In a retrospective study of a 14-year period (1962-1975) the annual incidence of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) was found to be 7.4 per 100,000 in an isolated population of about 40,000. The age-specific incidences in the age groups from 15-25 to 60 years are on the same level as found in Sweden, Rochester USA, England, and Iceland, but lower than the… (More)

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@article{Joensen1984SubarachnoidHI, title={Subarachnoid hemorrhage in an isolated population. Incidence on the Faroes during the period 1962-1975.}, author={Poul Joensen}, journal={Stroke}, year={1984}, volume={15 3}, pages={438-40} }