Silent cerebral infarction in heart failure: vascular or thromboembolic?
Silent cerebral infarction in heart failure as reported by Siachos et al is significantly higher than reports of symptomatic cerebral infarction. Are we underestimating the occurrence of silent cerebral infarction, or can this finding be accounted for by concomitant conditions?
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Freudenberger, R. S., & Massie, B. M. (2005). Silent cerebral infarction in heart failure: vascular or thromboembolic?.Journal Of Cardiac Failure, 11(7), 490-491.
Cardiology | Medical Sciences | Medical Specialties | Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Medicine, Cardiology Division, Department of Medicine Faculty