June 1966
Angiology;Jun1966, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p422
Academic Journal
1. Indirect brachial angiography and high-speed film-changing were used to investigate long-term effects of cyclandelate on cerebral circulation of 25 patients with ischemic stroke. 2. Comparison of control and post-treatment films showed good correlation between an improved clinical state (19 patients) and an accelerated arterial phase of cerebral circulation. 3. This study indicates that cyclandelate may be a useful adjunct in treatment of nonhemorrhagic cerebrovascular disease.


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