David Goldemund

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OPINION STATEMENT Ischemic stroke is most often caused by an acute extracranial or intracranial thromboembolic lesion obstructing an artery. It has been demonstrated that recanalization is the most important modifiable predictor of a good clinical outcome. Reperfusion strategies focus on early reopening of the vessel to reestablish antegrade flow within the(More)
Background and Purpose—Stroke patients without evidence of arterial occlusion may not be suitable candidates for thrombolytic therapy. In our study, we investigated the outcomes of patients with negative CT angiography results for arterial occlusion. Methods—The study included patients treated within 3 hours after symptom onset with intravenous thrombolysis(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Stroke patients without evidence of arterial occlusion may not be suitable candidates for thrombolytic therapy. In our study, we investigated the outcomes of patients with negative CT angiography results for arterial occlusion. METHODS The study included patients treated within 3 hours after symptom onset with intravenous(More)
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