Summary of the Sixth Salzburg Conference on Cerebral Vascular Disease, September 27 to October 1, 1972, Salzburg, Austria
EEG and Arteriographical Findings in Carotid Artery Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs)
Cerebrovascular Regulation in Preganglionic and Postganglionic Autonomic Insufficiency
Natural History of Stroke in Rochester, Minnesota, 1955 Through 1969
Sympathetic Cerebral Vasoconstriction Blocked by Adrenergic Alpha Receptor Antagonists
Familial Incidence of Cerebral Hemorrhage
Increased Binding of Norepinephrine by Nerves to Cerebral Blood Vessels
The Effects of Infra-Arterial Histamine on Blood Flow in the Internal and External Carotid Artery of Man
Evidence for the Direct Effect of Adrenergic Drugs on the Cerebral Vascular Bed of the Unanesthetized Goat
Detecting Carotid Occlusive Disease by Thermography
Effects of Blood Gases on the Pressure-Flow Relationships in Canine Cerebral Circulation
Arterial Peaks in Regional Cerebral Blood Flow 133Xenon Clearance Curves
Acute Changes in Blood Pressure Following Vascular Diseases in the Brain Stem
News from the American Heart Association
Report of the Joint Committee for Stroke Facilities