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Strokes and Head Injury

  • A. Blau (a1) and J.C. Richardson (a1)

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This is a report of a series of patients who suffered major cerebral hemorrhage or infarction complicating industrial head injuries. The variable importance of trauma and of pre-existing vascular disease is exemplified. Accuracy of assessment of such complex problems is facilitated by modern applied neuroscientific techniques.

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Strokes and Head Injury

  • A. Blau (a1) and J.C. Richardson (a1)

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