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Abdul Rasul Sadik, Masazumi Adachi and Joseph Ransohoff

hemiparesis cleared rapidly. Marked improvement in his organic mental changes was noted. Roentgenogram of the skull showed the clips in contact. An electroencephalogram on July 28, 1962 was reported as normal. Psychiatric evaluation was that of a mild organic mental syndrome secondary to chronic alcoholism and head trauma. He was discharged from the hospital on Aug. 8, 1962, ambulatory, and was fully rational with no focal neurological deficit. Discussion Clark and Gooddy 2 classified ruptured intracranial aneurysm as (1) rupture resulting in extensive

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Joseph Ransohoff, M. Vallo Benjamin, E. Lyle Gage Jr. and Fred Epstein

such an obviously fatal injury, what are the factors contributing to his chances of survival? Certainly the location and severity of sublethal associated brain injuries, such as contusions and lacerations, will influence the ultimate outcome. Several extracerebral factors are important. Mortality rates appear to rise sharply in patients over 30 years. 16 Associated medical illnesses, including alcoholism, even further accelerate the slope of this curve. Extracerebral trauma, particularly that leading to shock and hypoxia, lower the patient's chances for recovery

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Eugene S. Flamm, Harry B. Demopoulos, Myron L. Seligman, John J. Tomasula, Vincent DeCrescito and Joseph Ransohoff

–106, 1973 4. Cederbaum AI , Lieber CS , Rubin E : The effect of acetaldehyde on mitochondrial function. Arch Biochem Biophys 161 : 26 – 39 , 1974 Cederbaum AI, Lieber CS, Rubin E: The effect of acetaldehyde on mitochondrial function. Arch Biochem Biophys 161: 26–39, 1974 5. Cowan DH : The platelet defect in alcoholism. Ann NY Acad Sci 252 : 328 – 341 , 1975 Cowan DH: The platelet defect in alcoholism. Ann NY Acad Sci 252: 328–341, 1975 6. DeCrescito V , Demopoulos