The significance of cerebral infarction and atrophy in patients with amaurosis fugax and transient ischemic attacks in relation to internal carotid artery stenosis: a preliminary report.

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There is a growing appreciation for the high incidence of silent cerebral infarction and cerebral atrophy on CT scans in patients with amaurosis fugax (AF) and hemispheric transient ischemic attacks (TIAs). Seventy patients with AF only (no TIAs), 104 patients with hemispheric TIAs (no AF), 185 patients without focal carotid territory symptoms (i.e… (More)

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@article{Grigg1988TheSO, title={The significance of cerebral infarction and atrophy in patients with amaurosis fugax and transient ischemic attacks in relation to internal carotid artery stenosis: a preliminary report.}, author={Michael J Grigg and Katina Papadakis and A. N. Nicolaides and Aghiad Al-Kutoubi and M. A. Williams and Diane Deacon and Tans N Sonecha and Howard Eastcott}, journal={Journal of vascular surgery}, year={1988}, volume={7 2}, pages={215-22} }