P13

FLOW VELOCITIES AND VESSEL DIAMETER OF THE DISTAL INTERNAL CAROTID Artery IN PATIENTS WITH RISK FACTORS
G.-M. von Reutern, I. Alpsoy, J. Allendörfer

P14

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INCREASED COMMON CAROTID ARTERY DIAMETER AND AORTIC ANEURYSM
Y. Asakawa, H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, M. Yamamoto, M. Okamura, T. Nishihira, A. Iwasaki, K. Hirata

P15

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIAMETER OF BRACHIAL ARTERY AND COMMON CAROTID ARTERY IN STROKE PATIENTS
T. Nishihira, M. Yamamoto, H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, Y. Asakawa, A. Iwasaki, M. Okamura, K. Hirata

P16

ACCELERATION TIME RATIO FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF EXTRACRANIAL INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY STENOSIS
H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, T. Nishihira, A. Iwasaki, M. Okamura, Y. Asakawa, M. Yamamoto, R. Okabe, K. Hirata

P17

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ASYMPTOMATIC CAROTID STENOSIS AND DYSLIPIDEMIA FOR TIA AND ISCHEMIC STROKES IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE VASCULAR RISK FACTORS – POPULATION-BASED STUDY
P. Mineva, D. Hadjiev, V. Tsoneva, Zh. Andreev

P18

CHANGES IN DOPPLERSONOGRAPHY PARAMETERS OF VERTEBRAL ARTERIES AND EVOKED POTENTIALS IN PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC ISCHEMIC DISTURBANCES OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION
S. Andonova-Atanasova, D. Mintchev, M. Novakova, R. Georgiev

P19

INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS OF THE CAROTID ARTERY IN OSAS PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC ISCHEMIC DISTURBANCES OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION
S. Andonova-Atanasova, D. Petkova, M. Novakova, R. Georgiev

P20

CAROTID BLOOD FLOW, CARDIAC FUNCTION AND RISK FACTORS FOR CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE – CORRELATIVE CLINICAL AND ULTRASOUND STUDIES
E. Titianova, I. Velcheva, S. Karakaneva, K. Hristova, Z. Ramsheva, K. Ramshev

P21

CORRELATION BETWEEN CAROTID ULTRASOUND AND EXERCISE STRESS TEST FOR ASSESSING THE SUBCLINICAL VASCULAR DiSEASES IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DiSEASE
K. Hristova, L. Vladimirova, F. Nikolov, P. Nikolov, Tz. Katova

P22

INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN THROMBOSIS DUE TO CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER – DIAGNOSIS AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
M. Staneva, P. Antova, Ts. Tsvetanov, G. Simeonov, B. Minkova, I. Staikov

P23

CORRELATIVE CLINICAL AND NEUROIMAGING STUDIES IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SPONTANEOUS INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE
M. Danovska, B Stamenov, T. Andreev, P. Stoev, M. Valkova, P. Stefanovski

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