Multifocal Infarct Dementia Treated by Cyclandelate and Monitored by Quantitative EEG

Harding, G. F. A.; Hall, P.; Young, J.; Smith, G. A.
February 1978
Angiology;Feb1978, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p139
Academic Journal
Examines the treatment of multifocal infarct dementia treated with the drug cyclandelate and monitored by quantitative electroenecphalogram. Improvement of mental and neurological functions; Effects marked in tests of intelligence quotient, comprehension, vocabulary, apraxia and ability to abstract.


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