The clinical features of 62 cases of computerized axial tomography scan-proved cerebral haemorrhage and 81 cases of cerebral infarction in the carotid territory have been compared in a retrospective case note survey. The clinical features which can help in making the distinction between haemorrhage and infarction at the bedside are discussed and compared with those of classical teaching which referred only to post-mortem proved cases.
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