Brain Ischemia pp 329-334 | Cite as

Concluding Comments

  • Louis R. Caplan


Herein I will amplify on some of the issues covered in these two chapters, and will briefly touch on some related subjects.


Pulmonary Edema Trigeminal Neuralgia Embolic Material Central Retinal Artery Intracardiac Thrombus 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Louis R. Caplan
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  1. 1.Department of NeurologyNew England Medical Center HospitalsBostonUSA

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