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Study of cerebrovascular accidents in relation to clinical profile and risk factors with special reference to CT brain for aetiopathological diagnosis


Kapil Sheshrao More1, Meghana Rao C2*


1Associate Professor, 2IIIrd Year Junior Resident, Department of General Medicine, Dr Shankarrao Chavan Government Medical College, Vishnupuri, Nanded, INDIA.

Email: meghana1129@gmail.com



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