Ischaemic stroke. A retrospective study documented by CT scans

P. Bottoni, L. Bobba, L. Ricordi, C. Formaini, L. Preda, M. Rollone

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Abstract

One hundred male patients affected by ischaemic stroke were studied with the use of CT scans. A clinical-biohumoral pattern was traced for every patient, with particular regard to the incidence of risk factors for stroke of which systolic arterial hypertension, appear to be the most frequent. It would be useful to extend this research to female patients as well in order to discover any significant differences between sexes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)105-110
Number of pages6
JournalMinerva Medica
Volume80
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1989

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Bottoni, P., Bobba, L., Ricordi, L., Formaini, C., Preda, L., & Rollone, M. (1989). Ischaemic stroke. A retrospective study documented by CT scans. Minerva Medica, 80(2), 105-110.