By K. J. Zülch (auth.), Professor Dr. K. J. Zülch, Professor Dr. W. Kaufmann, Professor Dr. Dr. K.-A. Hossmann, Dr. V. Hossmann (eds.)
Dr. Kaufmann and that i desire to welcome you the following in Schloss Auel to this moment symposium on mind and middle infarct. we now have selected this gorgeous citadel simply because i'm constantly disillusioned with conferences in nice lodges in towns, the place we rush to and from the assembly rooms. I had such an event abroad simply three weeks in the past from eight o'clock within the morning until eventually 10 o'clock at evening. we need you to suppose a few of the incredible surroundings of the Bergisches La~d. in addition, we would have liked such as you to take pleasure in a little the spirit of the Rhein valley and the 2000-year-old urban of Cologne, even on the cost of wasting a couple of hours of discus sion; although this can be a quantitative loss, we consider definite that the surroundings of this urban will stimulate our discussions. years in the past we amassed the following in Schloss Auel for the 1st time, trying to behavior a dialogue among neurologists and cardiologists at the similarities and dissimilarities of circulatory issues of the mind and center. we're chuffed to proceed this discussi?n within the days to come.
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Angiogram of a 55 years old lady with an occlusion of the middle cerebral artery, type IV of Fig. 5 The second part of my communication will demonstrate some peculiarities of cerebral atherosclerosis. Plaques occur not only in the main stem or the intracisternal segments of the cerebral arteries but rarely also in the periphery when running over the convexity, and this may be clinically demonstrated by magnification angiography. The first plaques in cerebral atherosclerosis usually occur at the branching of the basilar artery (10; Fig.
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E. Stehbens Introduction Atherosclerosis is an ubiquitous degenerative disease of blood vessels in man and many lower animals, and its severity varies from species to species and from individual to individual. However, quite apart from the species and individual susceptibility, it has long been recognized that local tissue factors playa role in the pathogenesis of this disease (1). Many authors speak glibly of hypothetic injury to the vessel wall, but the only site in the vascular system that could conceivably be regarded as being exposed to any form of injury during physiologic flow conditions would be the lines of contact on the opposing surfaces of cardiac valve cups.
Brain and Heart Infarct II by K. J. Zülch (auth.), Professor Dr. K. J. Zülch, Professor Dr. W. Kaufmann, Professor Dr. Dr. K.-A. Hossmann, Dr. V. Hossmann (eds.)