In subgroup analysis, a possible beneficial effect was detected in patients with ischemic lacunar strokes.
Patients with diabetes are probably more prone to irreversible rather than reversible ischaemic brain damage, and small lacunar infarcts are common.
Just 42 patients in the recombinant tissue plasminogen activator trials were over 80, and only a few had lacunar strokes.
Of the patients with AD, 15.5% also had cerebral microinfarcts, 19.4% had lacunar infarcts, and 19.4% had hippocampal sclerosis.
Careful consideration of the clinical history, as well as the presence of lacunar Reed-Sternberg cells in nodules surrounded by dense collagenous fibrosis, should suggest the diagnosis.
In the middle of the lacunars , among the light and shade effects, are set gouache paintings, a work by Giuseppe, the son of Giovanni Bernardi.
You can admire the floors in original cooked tiles and the interesting girders of the ceiling, divided by wood worked lacunars .
The recurrence of blind arches placed on half columns, with inner lacunars surmounted by arcades resting on columns, is linked by corbels to the wall facing.
Its interior is characterized by a great central peperino arch with lacunars and rosettes, introducing to the high altar consecrated to the Virgin, whose icon is painted on a piece of slate.
The inner vault is divided into 7 lines of 32 quadrangular lacunars ; each lacunar has a golden rosette in the middle.