Walsh, Lawrence; Gillespie, J.A.
May 1966
Angiology;May1966, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p275
Academic Journal
Discusses the surgical procedure for treating primary spontaneous subdural and intracerebral hemorrhage that is not related to trauma or to a recognizable vascular abnormality other than that associated with arteriosclerosis or hypertension. Primary spontaneous subdural hematoma; Primary cerebral hemorrhage; Cerebellar hemorrhage.


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