Megyei kórházban müködö Medicor CT 0100 diagnosztikai jelentösége cerebrovascularis kórképekben.

G. Horváth, I. Szirmai, A. Guseo, Z. Than

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Abstract

Data of patients with CVD in the ward of the authors in the last quarters of 1986 and 1987 has been compared, in the second period they used a MEDICOR CT 0100 computer tomograph. The subsequent results are stressed: The rate of the patients with CVD in the Department of Neurology was approximately 40% in the studied period. 88-90% of all lethal cases has been covered by this patients's group. Half of the patients with CVD was between 50-70% years, however younger age was more common among men. The majority of CVD was ischaemic. In vivo diagnosis of intracerebral bleeding has been markedly increased after introduction of CT investigation. CT scan on the first three days is helpful to localise the source of the subarachnoideal bleeding, however can not replace the angiography in the cases indicated for operation. Investigations by angiography have decreased to the one third in the department without neurosurgery after introducing CT however their indication has been changed. In traumatic cases CT is more informative and more sparing. Diagnoses suggested by neurologists have been confirmed by the CT in 69%.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)59-60, 63
JournalOrvosi Hetilap
Volume131
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - jan. 14 1990

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Megyei kórházban müködö Medicor CT 0100 diagnosztikai jelentösége cerebrovascularis kórképekben. / Horváth, G.; Szirmai, I.; Guseo, A.; Than, Z.

In: Orvosi Hetilap, Vol. 131, No. 2, 14.01.1990, p. 59-60, 63.

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