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The History of Cerebral Embolism and Hemorrhagic Infarction

  • C. M. Fisher
Part of the Clinical Medicine and the Nervous System book series (CLIN.MED.NERV.)

Abstract

This chapter traces the evolution of the basic ideas about vascular disease particularly as they relate to embolism and especially cerebral embolism. Included is a description of the early hypotheses concerning pale and hemorrhagic infarcts which have been directly linked to embolism.

Keywords

Posterior Cerebral Artery Cerebral Embolism Hemorrhagic Infarction Venous Reflux Pulmonary Infarct 
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