One in four cases of large vessel occlusion ischaemic stroke may be missed when only selected patients have CT angiography,…
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Women with acute ischaemic stroke are less likely than men to be discharged with antihypertensive medication despite their…
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Women with acute ischaemic stroke are less likely than men to be discharged with antihypertensive medication despite their…
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Aerobic training in the first few weeks after a stroke does not improve walking speed or reduce functional disability,…
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Endovascular recanalisation is feasible and can provide favourable neurological outcomes in childhood stroke, a study…
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Stroke neurologists’ diagnoses are wrong one-third of the time in patients presenting with minor neurological events…
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Up to one-third of patients who have experienced an ischaemic or haemorrhagic stroke, or a TIA, discontinue preventive…
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