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review hemorragic stroke

E R Gasenzer, E A M Neugebauer
The composer Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and his sister, Fanny Hensel, both died in 1847 of intracerebral hemorrhage. Also their father and grandfather had died of cerebral strokes. Their cases show the dramatic progress of an arteriovenous malformation in the nineteenth century, but also the development of new romantic styles in the history of western music. Since the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century, neurology and neurosurgery had developed as highly specialized medical subjects. Today, neurosurgery is a highly developed medical subject, and the neurosurgeon uses high-tech equipment for neurosurgical procedures and intensive care...
May 2014: Acta Neurochirurgica
J Dimitrijevic, M Gavranovic, K Dzirlo, M Bratic, M Hrnjica, G Bulic, L J Hebib
PURPOSE: Neurologists in the main hospital in Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovinia), we worked in the neurological department throughout the war and the siege of the town, from 1992/4/6 to 1995/12/15. We report on strokes which happened during that period, comparing stroke incidence and severity in relation to those two years before. We reviewed 3002 cases of stroke recorded in the neurological department registry from 01/01/90 to the end of the war. RESULTS: The activity of the department was reduced by about 40 p...
May 1999: Revue Neurologique
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