This page shows the publications co-authored by Shahmir Kamalian and Pamela Schaefer.
Nontraumatic Head and Neck Emergencies. Radiographics. 2019 Oct; 39(6):1808-1823.
Limited reliability of computed tomographic perfusion acute infarct volume measurements compared with diffusion-weighted imaging in anterior circulation stroke. Stroke. 2015 Feb; 46(2):419-24.
Percentage insula ribbon infarction of >50% identifies patients likely to have poor clinical outcome despite small DWI infarct volume. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2015 Jan; 36(1):40-5.
CT cerebral blood flow maps optimally correlate with admission diffusion-weighted imaging in acute stroke but thresholds vary by postprocessing platform. Stroke. 2011 Jul; 42(7):1923-8.
Combining acute diffusion-weighted imaging and mean transmit time lesion volumes with National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale Score improves the prediction of acute stroke outcome. Stroke. 2010 Aug; 41(8):1728-35.
Avoiding "pseudo-reversibility" of CT-CBV infarct core lesions in acute stroke patients after thrombolytic therapy: the need for algorithmically "delay-corrected" CT perfusion map postprocessing software. Stroke. 2009 Aug; 40(8):2875-8.
Existence of the diffusion-perfusion mismatch within 24 hours after onset of acute stroke: dependence on proximal arterial occlusion. Radiology. 2009 Mar; 250(3):878-86.
Quantitative assessment of core/penumbra mismatch in acute stroke: CT and MR perfusion imaging are strongly correlated when sufficient brain volume is imaged. Stroke. 2008 Nov; 39(11):2986-92.
Location-weighted CTP analysis predicts early motor improvement in stroke: a preliminary study. Neurology. 2012 Jun 05; 78(23):1853-9.
CT perfusion mean transit time maps optimally distinguish benign oligemia from true "at-risk" ischemic penumbra, but thresholds vary by postprocessing technique. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2012 Mar; 33(3):545-9.
Arterial input function placement for accurate CT perfusion map construction in acute stroke. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010 May; 194(5):1330-6.
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