Cerebral Ischemia

  • Y. Palmers
  • B. Staelens
  • A. L. Baert
  • L. Termote


In the pathology of the central nervous system, the ischemic cerebral lesions occupy a prominent position primarily due to their large number. An exact knowledge of the extent and the location of the ischemic process is indispensable not only for a complete diagnosis, but also for a well-founded prognosis.


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  • Y. Palmers
  • B. Staelens
  • A. L. Baert
  • L. Termote

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