Lacunes.
Pure motor hemiplegia
Modulation of the pathophysiology of primate focal cerebral ischaemia by indomethacin.
Outcome of 314 patients with transient ischemic attacks.
Assessment of inter-observer differences in the Italian multicenter study on reversible cerebral ischemia.
Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and glycerol, hydroxyl radical scavengers, impair platelet aggregation within and eliminate the accompanying vasodilation of, injured mouse pial arterioles.
Balloon catheter as a model of cerebral emboli in humans.
Comparison of oculoplethysmography/carotid phonoangiography with duplex scan/spectral analysis in the detection of carotid artery stenosis.
Fibromuscular dysplasia and the brain. I. Observations on angiographic, clinical and genetic characteristics.
Fibromuscular dysplasia and the brain. II. Current concept of the disease.
The effects of high dose mannitol on cerebral blood flow in dogs with normal intracranial pressure.
Risk factors for cerebral hemorrhage and cerebral infarction in a Japanese rural community.
Cortical injury without ischemia produced by topical monoamines.
Sympathetic nerves protect against blood-brain barrier disruption in the spontaneously hypertensive rat.
Failure of brain cytochrome alpha , alpha 3 redox recovery after hypoxic hypotension as determined by in vivo reflectance spectrophotometry.
Myotonic dystrophy, mitral valve prolapse, and cerebral embolism.
Problems in design of stroke treatment trials.
Reversible angiography.
Cerebellar hemorrhage and infarction.
Age-specific incidence of stroke subtype in Shibata, Japan