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Related to lacunar: Lacunar Infarct, lacunar ligament

la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr),
Relating to a lacuna.

lacunar

[lakyo̅o̅′nər]
Etymology: L, lacuna, pit
pertaining to or characterized by the presence of pits, depressions, hollows, or spaces.

la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr)
Relating to a lacuna.
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Rutten-Jacobs LCA, Markus HS, UK Young Lacunar Stroke DNA Study.
1) indicated only a single lacunar infarct at the posterior limb of the right internal capsule without brain atrophy.
Effects of clopidogrel added to aspirin in patients with recent lacunar stroke.
The diagnosis of CADASIL should be taken into account in patients with lacunar infarcts, leukoencephalopathy and migraine with an atypical aura even in the absence of white matter lesions in the anterior temporal poles [39].
Differences between ischemic stroke subtypes in vascular outcomes support a distinct lacunar ischemic stroke arteriopathy: A prospective, hospital-based study.
Lacunar resorption is completed, bone lacunes are filled with fibrous tissue.
05) for Hcy above 15 [micro]mol/L in our patients, but not for the large vessel or lacunar or the other undetermined categories.
With lacunar infarctions, both upper-limb (UL) and lower-limb paresis are related purely to a white matter lesion [11].
HONOLULU--Aggressive lowering of systolic blood pressure in patients with recent lacunar stroke safely reduced the risk of recurrent stroke by about 20% in the BP intervention arm of the Secondary Prevention of Small Subcortical Strokes trial.
Histological examination of this specimen revealed metaplastic ossification to lamellar bone with eosinophilic ossified matrix, lacunar spaces and haversian vascular canals characteristic of bone (Fig.