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Cerebrovasc Dis (2014) 38 (1): 17–23.
Published Online: 27 August 2014
..., including 7 cerebellar cortical cavities and both cavities or lacunes in the deep white matter. Three out of 7 cortical and both the deep cavities were histopathologically verified as cavities of ischaemic origin, while the remaining cortical cavities could not be retrieved upon histopathologic examination...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2003) 16 (3): 280–285.
Published Online: 18 July 2003
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Cerebral Infarct Incidence Silent stroke Microhemorrhage Lacune Stroke is a common and devastating disease, the third leading cause of death and the leading cause of disability in the United States. Accurately gauging...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2001) 12 (4): 346–348.
Published Online: 21 November 2001
... or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia Cerebellar ataxia Lacune Besides the classical lacunar syndromes (pure motor stroke, pure sensory stroke, sensorimotor stroke and ataxic...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1999) 9 (2): 82–90.
Published Online: 17 February 1999
... atheroma (i.e. 10 of 12 cases had possible embolic sources). The majority of lesions appeared to lie in arterial borderzones. The combined data suggest that SCOIs are pathologically and pathogenetically heterogeneous, and therefore that the term ‘lacune’ is inappropriate because this implies intrinsic...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1991) 1 (6): 306–310.
Published Online: 04 December 1991
...Gérard Besson; Marc Hommel; Jean Perret The term ''lacune'' was coined in 1838 by Dechambre to define small cavities due to the resorption of small infarcts. In 1901, Pierre Marie distinguished lacunes from ''état criblé'' and from single dilatations of the perivascular space around the lenticulo...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1991) 1 (Suppl. 1): 69–72.
Published Online: 04 September 1991
... infarcts and lacunes. In a series of 3,000 cases, 303 postmortem brains were found with infarcts and lacunes. Their topography was correlated with the natural history of stroke, occurrence of dementia and mechanisms involved in the appearance of arteriosclerotic parkinsonism and of vascular epilepsy. 4...