Rabiner, A. M.
November 1964
Angiology;Nov1964, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p474
Academic Journal
Provides information about cerebrovascular accident and space occupying intracranial lesions. Development of criteria for differential diagnosis and formulation of treatment regimen; Efficacy of symptomatic treatment during the acute stage of the syndrome; Reasons behind the difference of patient response and recovery even when administered with treatment approach.


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