ARTHUR J. HUDSON; HERBERT H. HYLAND
Among the most challenging and important diseases of man with regard to the incidence of morbidity and mortality is degenerative vascular disease. Vascular degeneration due to hypertension has been extensively studied1, 2 from the clinical, pathologic and therapeutic aspects. Pickering2 has recently made a comprehensive review of the present state of our knowledge, and in a more specialized study Clarke and Murphy3 reviewed a series of cases with neurologic manifestations of malignant hypertension, their cases having been selected with regard to nervous system involvement. The present study was instituted to determine the natural history of hypertension causing death, with particular
ARTHUR J. HUDSON, HERBERT H. HYLAND. HYPERTENSIVE CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE: A CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGIC REVIEW OF 100 CASES(HYPERTENSIVE CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE: A CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGIC REVIEW OF 100 CASES*). Ann Intern Med. 1958;49:1049–1072. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-5-1049
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