Tom Skyhøj Olsen
Tom Skyhøj Olsen
Consultant Neurologist, Bispebjerg Hospital Copenhagen, Denmark
Verified email at dadlnet.dk
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Outcome and time course of recovery in stroke. Part I: Outcome. The Copenhagen Stroke Study
HS Jørgensen, H Nakayama, HO Raaschou, J Vive-Larsen, M Støier, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 76 (5), 399-405, 1995
15801995
Body temperature in acute stroke: relation to stroke severity, infarct size, mortality, and outcome
J Reith, HS Jørgensen, PM Pedersen, H Nakamaya, LL Jeppesen, ...
The Lancet 347 (8999), 422-425, 1996
11721996
Recovery of upper extremity function in stroke patients: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
H Nakayama, HS Jørgensen, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 75 (4), 394-398, 1994
11491994
Recovery of walking function in stroke patients: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
HS Jørgensen, H Nakayama, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 76 (1), 27-32, 1995
11481995
Aphasia in acute stroke: incidence, determinants, and recovery
PM Pedersen, H Stig Jørgensen, H Nakayama, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1995
9621995
Acute stroke with atrial fibrillation: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
HS Jørgensen, H Nakayama, J Reith, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Stroke 27 (10), 1765-1769, 1996
6661996
Timing and topography of cerebral blood flow, aura, and headache during migraine attacks
J Olesen, L Friberg, TS Olsen, HK Iversen, NA Lassen, AR Andersen, ...
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1990
6411990
Aphasia after stroke: type, severity and prognosis
PM Pedersen, K Vinter, TS Olsen
Cerebrovascular diseases 17 (1), 35-43, 2004
6092004
Hemorrhagic and ischemic strokes compared: stroke severity, mortality, and risk factors
KK Andersen, TS Olsen, C Dehlendorff, LP Kammersgaard
Stroke 40 (6), 2068-2072, 2009
5392009
Stroke in patients with diabetes. The Copenhagen Stroke study.
H Jørgensen, H Nakayama, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Stroke 25 (10), 1977-1984, 1994
5311994
Effect of blood pressure and diabetes on stroke in progression
HS Jørgensen, H Nakayama, TS Olsen, HO Raaschou
The Lancet 344 (8916), 156-159, 1994
4931994
The influence of age on stroke outcome. The Copenhagen Stroke Study.
H Nakayama, HS Jørgensen, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Stroke 25 (4), 808-813, 1994
4661994
The effect of a stroke unit: reductions in mortality, discharge rate to nursing home, length of hospital stay, and cost: a community-based study
HS Jørgensen, H Nakayama, HO Raaschou, K Larsen, P Hübbe, ...
Stroke 26 (7), 1178-1182, 1995
4391995
Changes in regional cerebral blood flow during the course of classic migraine attacks
M Lauritzen, TS Olsen, NA Lassen, OB Paulson
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1983
3881983
Compensation in recovery of upper extremity function after stroke: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
H Nakayma, HS Jørgensen, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 75 (8), 852-857, 1994
3831994
Prevalence and risk factors of incontinence after stroke: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
H Nakayama, HS Jørgensen, PM Pedersen, HO Raaschou, TS Olsen
Stroke 28 (1), 58-62, 1997
3691997
Feasibility and safety of inducing modest hypothermia in awake patients with acute stroke through surface cooling: a case-control study: the Copenhagen Stroke Study
LP Kammersgaard, BH Rasmussen, HS Jørgensen, J Reith, U Weber, ...
Stroke 31 (9), 2251-2256, 2000
3582000
Occurrence of goitre during lithium treatment
M Schou, A Amdisen, SE Jensen, T Olsen
Br Med J 3 (5620), 710-713, 1968
3421968
Blood flow and vascular reactivity in collaterally perfused brain tissue. Evidence of an ischemic penumbra in patients with acute stroke.
TS Olsen, B Larsen, M Herning, EB Skriver, NA Lassen
Stroke 14 (3), 332-341, 1983
3251983
Short-and long-term prognosis for very old stroke patients. The Copenhagen Stroke Study
LP Kammersgaard, HS Jørgensen, J Reith, H Nakayama, PM Pedersen, ...
Age and ageing 33 (2), 149-154, 2004
3092004
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