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The SCAN rule: a clinical rule to reduce CT misdiagnosis of intracerebral haemorrhage in minor stroke
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    SCAN SCORE VS SCAN

    SCAN SCORE VS. SCAN-- WHICH IS JUSTIFIED

    PK Sethi*, A Batra**, L Khanna*** Department of Neurology, Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi - 60, India

    While going through the article, The Scan Rule, published in JNNP of March 2010, Vol; 81 explaining the utility of scan score over conventional CT scans in diagnosing or ruling out small intra cerebral haemorrhages, we think that SCAN SCORES cannot score over con...

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