Raskind, Robert
April 1966
Angiology;Apr1966, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p264
Academic Journal
Presents cases of expanding intracranial lesions with the abrupt onset of focal neurologic changes having a waxing and waning or a "stuttering" sequence. View that the pattern is characteristic of cerebral vascular disease; Revelation of intracranial masses from carotid angiography, which proved to be a parenchymatous abscess of the frontal lobe.


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