TITLE

NEUROGENIC PULMONARY EDEMA: A SEQUELLA OF NON--HEMORRHAGIC CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENTS

AUTHOR(S)
Cohen, Jay A.; Abraham, Emanuel
PUB. DATE
May 1976
SOURCE
Angiology;May1976, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p280
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies neurogenic pulmonary edema by researchers from Asbury Park, New Jersey. Association of acute brain disease with a variety of cardiac changes including pulmonary edema; Investigation on the sequel of nonhemorrhagic cerebrovascular accidents; Indications showing that neurogenic pulmonary edema is the end result of a nervous discharge originating in the brain and traveling along the spinal cord to the sympathetic nerve endings.
ACCESSION #
16353307

 

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