Diurnal variation in incidence of stroke: Oxfordshire community stroke project

Wroe, Stephen J.; Sandercock, Peter; Bamford, John; Dennis, Martin; Slattery, Jim; Warlow, Charles
January 1992
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);1/18/92, Vol. 304 Issue 6820, p155
Academic Journal
Investigates the occurrence of diurnal variation on stroke patients in Great Britain. Measurement of the time of stroke and degree of activity at onset; Causes of diurnal variations; Occurrence of strokes in the morning.


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