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Subcortical stroke

(2002)
Abstract
Subcortical Stroke is a new and fully revised edition of Lancunar and Other Subcortical Infractions(OUP, 1995).

Stroke is one of the most common causes of death and subcortical stroke accounts for 20-30% of all cerebrovascular infarcts. Our understanding of stroke processes in general, and subcortical stroke in particular, has advanced considerably in recent years. Research findings from the fields of

neurochemistry, imaging and genetics have provided insight and input to our understanding of this condition, and this new edition provides an opportunity to describe these advances, and to relate the findings to the clinical expression, neural mechanism, prognosis and treatment of subcortical

stroke. In addition,... (More)
Subcortical Stroke is a new and fully revised edition of Lancunar and Other Subcortical Infractions(OUP, 1995).

Stroke is one of the most common causes of death and subcortical stroke accounts for 20-30% of all cerebrovascular infarcts. Our understanding of stroke processes in general, and subcortical stroke in particular, has advanced considerably in recent years. Research findings from the fields of

neurochemistry, imaging and genetics have provided insight and input to our understanding of this condition, and this new edition provides an opportunity to describe these advances, and to relate the findings to the clinical expression, neural mechanism, prognosis and treatment of subcortical

stroke. In addition, new subcortical syndromes such as CADASIL are covered, as is subcortical haemorrhage.

This book presents a comprehensive and authoritative review of the field with contributions from the leading international experts.

Subcortical Stroke is for stroke physicians, neurologists and those researching cerebrovascular diseases. (Less)
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Donnan, Geoffrey; Norrving, Bo LU ; Bamford, John and Bogousslavsky, Julien
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364 pages
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Oxford University Press
ISBN
0192631578
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English
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Stroke is one of the most common causes of death and subcortical stroke accounts for 20-30% of all cerebrovascular infarcts. Our understanding of stroke processes in general, and subcortical stroke in particular, has advanced considerably in recent years. Research findings from the fields of<br/><br>
neurochemistry, imaging and genetics have provided insight and input to our understanding of this condition, and this new edition provides an opportunity to describe these advances, and to relate the findings to the clinical expression, neural mechanism, prognosis and treatment of subcortical<br/><br>
stroke. In addition, new subcortical syndromes such as CADASIL are covered, as is subcortical haemorrhage.<br/><br>
This book presents a comprehensive and authoritative review of the field with contributions from the leading international experts.<br/><br>
Subcortical Stroke is for stroke physicians, neurologists and those researching cerebrovascular diseases.},
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