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Intracranial Large-Artery Disease And 'Lacunar' Infarction

J. Bogousslavsky, F. Regli, P. Maeder
Published 1991 · Medicine

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Small ''lacunar'' infarcts in the territory of the deep perforators (ITDP) have usually been attributed to small-vessel disease associated with hypertension or diabetes, but recently also to embolism



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