Gudrun Boysen

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Gudrun Margrethe Boysen (b. April 5, 1939 in Lille Utterslev, Denmark) is a Danish physician (MD and DM.Sc.) and conducts research into the causes and effects of strokes.[1][2] She conducts her research at the Department of Neurology, Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen. In 1994, Boysen won a Tagea Brandt Rejselegat.[citation needed] She is married to Troels Johan Dahler Kardel and has two children, Maria (1972) and Sakina (1974).

Selected publications[edit]

  • Cerebral Hemodynamics in Carotid Surgery (Munksgaard, 1973)
  • On the Critical Lower Level of Cerebral Blood Flow in Man with particular reference to Carotid surgery (Circulation, 49, 1023)
  • Early Stroke: A Dynamic Process (Stroke, 32, 2423)
  • Homocysteine and Risk of Recurrent Stroke (Stroke, 34, 1258)
  • Persisting Dilemma: To Treat or Not to Treat Blood Pressure in Acute Ischemic Stroke (Stroke, 35, 526)

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