Infarct topography and hemiparesis profiles with cerebral convexity infarction: the Stroke Data Bank

Mohr, J.P.; Foulkes, M.A.; Polis, A.T.; Hier, D. B.; Kase, C.S.; Price, T. R.; Tatemichi, T. K.; Wolf, P. A.
April 1993
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Apr1993, p344
Academic Journal
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