The Use of C.A.T. in Cerebral Infarction
It is the intention of this brief paper to discuss the major clinical problems facing the neurologist in the management of patients suffering from celebral infarction; to indicate the questions that have to be asked in each case, and to suggest where the C.A.T. scan is and can be helpful.
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