Indonesia (1978) Hypertension
Portugal (1974 SG1560) First
Cerebral angiogram 1927.
Hypertension is a risk
factor for cerebral vascular accident. Involvement of the visual pathway
results in homonymous field loss.
Cerebral angiogram was first performed
by the Portuguese neurosurgeon Dr. Egas Moniz
in 1927. He was awarded a Nobel
Prize for his neurosurgical research.