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A Computerized Algorithm for Etiologic Classification of Ischemic Stroke: The Causative Classification of Stroke System
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An automated version of the SSS-TOAST, the Causative Classification System (CCS), is presented to facilitate its utility in multicenter settings and allows rapid analysis of patient data with excellent intra- and inter-examiner reliability, suggesting a potential utility in improving the fidelity of stroke classification in multicEnter trials or research databases in which accurate subtyping is critical.
Severity of Leukoaraiosis and Susceptibility to Infarct Growth in Acute Stroke
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Because LA is associated with factors that modulate tissue perfusion as well as tissue capacity for handling of ischemia, LA volume appears to be a composite predictive marker for the fate of acutely ischemic tissue.
Neuroanatomic correlates of stroke-related myocardial injury
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Brain regions that were a priori associated with cTnT elevation included the right posterior, superior, and medial insula and the right inferior parietal lobule, indicative of myocardial injury.
Do-not-resuscitate orders and predictive models after intracerebral hemorrhage
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The authors found that the ICH Score, Cincinnati model, and ICH grading scale (ICHGS) underestimated mortality in patients with early DNR orders and overestimated mortality in those without D NR orders, indicating that case fatality may not be correctly predicted by these models.
Severity of leukoaraiosis correlates with clinical outcome after ischemic stroke
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The volume of leukoaraiosis is a predictor of clinical outcome after ischemic stroke and this relationship persists after adjustment for important prognostic factors including age, initial stroke severity, and infarct volume.
Clinical- and Imaging-Based Prediction of Stroke Risk After Transient Ischemic Attack: The CIP Model
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Combining acute imaging findings with clinical transient isChemic attack features causes a dramatic boost in the accuracy of predictions with clinical features alone for early risk of stroke after transient ischemic attack.
Antiplatelet resistance in stroke
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Large-scale clinical trials are needed to demonstrate whether a ‘platelet-function test-guided antiplatelet treatment’ strategy translates into improved stroke care.
The Causative Classification of Stroke system
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The Causative Classification of Stroke System allows classification of stroke subtypes by multiple investigators with high reliability, supporting its potential for improving stroke classification in multicenter studies and ensuring accurate means of communication among different researchers, institutions, and eras.
Concurrent acute brain infarcts in patients with monocular visual loss
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The frequency of acute brain infarcts on diffusion‐weighted imaging (DWI) in patients with monocular visual loss of presumed ischemic origin (MVL) is sought to determine.
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