Cardiac Embolism and Arterial Hypertension as Risk Factors of Cerebral Infarction
Cardiac disease with embolism and arterial hypertension now appear as the two main conditions predisposing to strokes. Therefore it was deemed useful to assess their prevalence and management among a population of stroke patients in a rehabilitation ward.
KeywordsNeurol Smoke Dial Endocarditis Hemiplegia
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