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Endovascular thrombectomy for mild strokes: How low should we go?

Amrou Sarraj shares his research on the use of thrombectomy for mild strokes and thrombectomy as an appropriate treatment. Recent trials have established that endovascular...

Improving mechanical thrombectomy through neuroanatomy

Stroke outcomes can differ by sex. Michael Chen (Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA) comments on how differences in neuroanatomy may play a role. Recently...

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Interventions in the aorta and manipulations in the aortic arch have become a “potential source of embolisation to the brain,” notes Roger Greenhalgh, Chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board. The Acute Stroke Consensus Plenary Programme will address the scope...

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