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amyloid angiopathy, cerebral
angiitis
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angiotensin-converting enzyme
anterior cerebral artery, occlusion of
anticoagulant, treatment
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antineutrophil cytoplasmic autoantibodies
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carotid artery stenosis, bilateral
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children
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lacunar infarction, asymptomatic
lacunar infarction, differential diagnosis of
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lacunar infarction, pathogenesis of
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left atrial appendage
leg weakness, unilateral
leukoencephalopathy
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lipids
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ptosis
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review article
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risk factors
sedimentation rate, elevated
seizure
sensorimotor stroke
sickle cell disease
skin, biopsy
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spinal cord, anatomy of
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spinal cord, pathologic exam of
status epilepticus
status epilepticus, intractable
steroid therapy, CNS treatment and complications with
stress, emotional
stroke, progression of
suprasellar lesion
syncope
systemic illness
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systemic lupus erythematosus, neurologic complications with
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thalamus, lesion of-bilateral
thrombosis, cerebral
top of the basilar syndrome
transient ischemic attack
transient ischemic attack, crescendo
treatment of neurologic disorder
upgaze, paralysis of
vasculitides
vasculopathy
visual loss
watershed infarcts
white matter disease
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Primary Angiitis of the CNS Presenting with Recurrent Intracranial Hemorrhage
Neurol 94:e992-e995, Rice, J.,et al, 2020

Mixed-Location Cerebral Hemorrhage/Microbleeds
Neurol 90:e119-e126, Pasi, M.,et al, 2018

Brain Abnormalities in Newly Diagnosed Neuropsychiatric Lupus: Systematic MRI Approach and Correlation with Clinical and Laboratory Data in a Large Multicenter Cohort
Autoimmun Rev 14:153-159, Sarbu, N.,et al, 2015

Early-Onset Stroke and Vasculopathy Associated with Mutations in ADA2
NEJM 370:911-920, Zhou, Q.,et al, 2014

Clinicopathologic Conference, Cerebral Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis
NEJM 371:162-173, Case 21-2014, 2014

Topographic Patterns of Thalamic Infarcts in Association with Stroke Symdromes and Aetiologies
JNNP 82:1083-1086, Song, Y.M., 2011

Brain Biopsy in Children With Primary Small-Vessel Central Nervous System Vasculitis
Ann Neurol 68:602-610, 573, Elbers,J.,et al, 2010

Right-to-Left Shunt and Lacunar Stroke in Patients Without Hypertension and Diabetes
Neurol 68:528-531, Ueno,Y.,et al, 2007

Role of COL4A1 in Small-Vessel Disease and Hemorrhagic Stroke
NEJM 354:1489-1496, Gould,D.B.,et al, 2006

Identification of Embolic Stroke Patterns by Diffusion-Weighted MRI in Clinically Defined Lacunar Stroke Syndromes
Stroke 36:757-761, Wessels,T.,et al, 2005

Isolated Monoparesis Following Stroke
JNNP 76:805-807, Paciaroni,M.,et al, 2005

Angiography-Negative Primary Central Nervous System Vasculitis in Children
Arthritis Rheum 52:2159-2167, Benseler, S.M.,et al, 2005

Lacunar Infarction; Embolism is the Key: Against
Stroke 35:1779-1780, Norrving,B., 2004

Lacunar Infarction; Embolism is the Key
Stroke 35:1778-1779,1780, Futrell,N., 2004

Does a Relationship Exist Between Carotid Stenosis and Lacunar Infarction?
Stroke 34:1404-1411, Tejada,J.,et al, 2003

Brain Injury in Children with Sickle Cell Disease: Prevalence and Etiology
Ann Neurol 54:564-572,559, Steen,R.G.,et al, 2003

Imaging Appearance of the Symptomatic Perforating Artery in Patients with Lacunar Infarction: Occlusion or Other Vascular Pathology
Ann Neurol 50:208-215, Wardlaw,J.M.,et al, 2001

Should Stroke Subtype Influence Anticoagulation Decisions to Prevent Recurrence in Stroke Patients with Atrial Fibrillation?
Stroke 32:2828-2832, Evans,A.,et al, 2001

Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke
Stroke 32:803-808, Hart,R.G. &Halperin,J.L., 2001

Clinical Study of 222 Patients with Pure Motor Stroke
JNNP 71:239-242, Arboix,A.,et al, 2001

Coexisting Causes of Ischemic Stroke
Arch Neurol 57:1139-1144,1113, Moncayo,J. et al, 2000

The Causes and Risk of Stroke in Patients with Asymptomatic Internal-Carotid-Artery Stenosis
NEJM 342:1693-16700, Inzitari,D.,et al, 2000

Effect of Treating Isolated Systolic Hypertension on the Risk of Developing Various Types and Subtypes of Stroke
JAMA 284:465-471, Perry,Jr.,H.M. et al, 2000

Causes and Severity of Ischemic Stroke in Patients With Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis
JAMA 283:1429-1436, 1479, Barnett, H.J.M.,et al, 2000

Risk Factors for Lacunar Stroke:A Case-Control Transesophageal Echocardiographic Study
Neurol 54:1385-1387, Kazui,S.,et al, 2000

Circadian Variation in Ischemic Stroke Subtypes
Stroke 30:1793-1795, Chaturvedi,S.,et al, 1999

Different Predictors of Neurolgoical Worsening in Different Causes of Stroke
Arch Neurol 55:481-486, Yamamoto,H.,et al, 1998

Mechanisms of Second and Further Strokes
JNNP 64:771-776, 7161998., Yamamoto,H.&Bogousslavsky,J., 1998

Cerebral Infarction in Young Adults
Neurol 50:890-894, Kittner,S.J.,et al, 1998

Hyperinsulinism and Cerebral Microangiopathy
Stroke 27:219-223, Zunker,P.,et al, 1996

Cerebral Infarction in Patients Aged 15 to 40 Years
Stroke 27:2016-2019, Neto,J.I.S.,et al, 1996

Thalamic Haemorrhage
Brain 119:1873-1886, Chung,C-S.,et al, 1996

Stroke in Young Black Patients:Risk Factors, Subtypes, & Prognosis
Stroke 26:1995-1998, Qureshi,A.I.,et al, 1995

Risk Factors for Lacunar Infarction Syndromes
Neurol 45:1483-1487, You,R.,et al, 1995

Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Gene Deletion Polymorphism, Risk Factor for Lacune, not Carotid Atheroma
Stroke 26:1329-1333, Markus,H.S.,et al, 1995

An Analysis of Ischemic Stroke in an Urban Southern California Population
Arch Int Med 153:619-624, Rothrock,J.F.,et al, 1993

The Capsular Warning Syndrome:Pathogenesis and Clinical Features
Neurol 43:957-962, Donnan,G.A.,et al, 1993

Clinical Features, Pathogenesis, and Computed Tomographic Characteristics of Internal Watershed Infarction
Stroke 24:1925-1932, Bladin,C.F.&Chambers,B.R., 1993

Lioporotein and Apolipoprotein Profile in Men with Ischemic Stroke
Stroke 23:1556-1562, Pedro-Botet,J.,et al, 1992

Pure Motor Stroke:A Reappraisal
Neurol 42:789-798, Melo,T.P.,et al, 1992

Cerebral Cysticercosis and Stroke. Alarcon
F. , et al, Stroke 23:224-22892., , 1992

Mechanisms in lacunar Infarction
Stroke 23:325-327, Horowitz,D.R.,et al, 1992

Clinical-Computed Tomographic Correlations of Lacunar Infarction in the Stroke Data Bank
Stroke 22:175-181, Chamorro,A.,et al, 1991

Etiology of Motor or Sensory Stroke:The Predictive Value of Clinical and Radiological Features
Ann Neurol 30:519-525, Chimowitz,M.I.,et al, 1991

Incidence of Silent Lacunar Lesion in Normal Adults and Its Relation to Cerebral Blood Flow and Risk Factors
Stroke 22:1379-1383, Kobayashi,S.,et al, 1991

Lacunar Infarcts, Pathogenesis and Validity of the Clinical Syndromes
Stroke 22:1374-1378, Boiten,J.&Lodder,J., 1991

Lacunar Infarctions Due to Cholesterol Emboli
Stroke 22:1440-1444, Laloux,P.&Brucher,J., 1991

Clinical Study of 227 Patients with Lacunar Infarcts
Stroke 21:842-847, Arboix,A.,et al, 1990

The Fallacy of the Lacune Hypothesis
Stroke 21:1251-1257, Millikan,C.&Futrell,N., 1990



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