Stellate ganglion block in apoplexy

  • P. B. B. Gatenby


Six cases of apoplexy were treated by this method. Two were cases of cerebral hæmorrhage, two of embolism, and two of thrombosis. In all cases except those of cerebral hæmorrhage, there was some improvement following stellate block which helped in recovery.


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