Overestimation of ischaemic core on computed tomography perfusion

Álvaro García-Tornel Garcia-Camba discusses his recent publication in Stroke, which aimed at evaluating the influence of time and collateral status on ischaemic core overestimation....

NeuroNews’ top 10 most popular stories for February 2021

Our top stories from February 2021, including: The effectiveness of mobile stroke units, evidence for a new transient ischaemic attack (TIA) scoring system, endovascular...

Complete reperfusion may not offer better outcomes than near-complete reperfusion

Ching-Jen Chen discusses his recent publication in the BMJ entitled, “Is a picture-perfect thrombectomy necessary in acute ischaemic stroke?” Whether imaging findings translate into outcomes...

Understanding the neural circuits underlying movement control to enhance stroke recovery

Stuart Baker is a professor of Movement Neuroscience at Newcastle University, Newcastle, England. He previously presented virtually on this topic at the UK Stroke...

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