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In re: Reversible ischemia determined by xenon-enhanced CT after 90 minutes of complete basilar artery occlusion.
Hypoattenuation on CT angiographic source images predicts risk of intracerebral hemorrhage and outcome after intra-arterial reperfusion therapy.
Utility of perfusion-weighted CT imaging in acute middle cerebral artery stroke treated with intra-arterial thrombolysis: prediction of final infarct volume and clinical outcome.
First-pass quantitative CT perfusion identifies thresholds for salvageable penumbra in acute stroke patients treated with intra-arterial therapy.
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.
ASPECTS on CTA source images versus unenhanced CT: added value in predicting final infarct extent and clinical outcome.
Malignant CTA collateral profile is highly specific for large admission DWI infarct core and poor outcome in acute stroke.
Hospital acquired pneumonia is linked to right hemispheric peri-insular stroke.
Good outcome rate of 35% in IV-tPA-treated patients with computed tomography angiography confirmed severe anterior circulation occlusive stroke.
Recommendations on angiographic revascularization grading standards for acute ischemic stroke: a consensus statement.
Percentage insula ribbon infarction of >50% identifies patients likely to have poor clinical outcome despite small DWI infarct volume.
Limited reliability of computed tomographic perfusion acute infarct volume measurements compared with diffusion-weighted imaging in anterior circulation stroke.
Clinical diffusion mismatch better discriminates infarct growth than mean transit time-diffusion weighted imaging mismatch in patients with middle cerebral artery-M1 occlusion and limited infarct core.
Combined Evaluation of Noncontrast CT ASPECTS and CT Angiography Collaterals Improves Detection of Large Infarcts in Proximal Artery Occlusive Stroke.