Comparison of Angiographic and CT Findings between Patients with Multi-Infarct Dementia and Those with Dementia Due to Primary Neuronal Degeneration
The CT and angiographic appearances in multi-infarct dementia have been compared with those of primary neuronal degeneration. It was possible to make a CT or angiographic diagnosis of multi-infarct dementia in about 40% of patients diagnosed by the ischaemic scoring method of Hachinski et al. .
KeywordsSylvian Fissure Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement Angiographic Appearance Cortical Sulcus Carotid Angiogram
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