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Evolution of Depression Symptoms following Stroke: A Prospective Study Using Computerized Ambulatory Monitoring
Background: Despite the high prevalence and impact of post-stroke depression (PSD), questions persist concerning the nature and stability of PSD over time. The current study uses state-of-the-artExpand
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Subacute default mode network dysfunction in the prediction of post-stroke depression severity.
PURPOSE To identify patterns of rest functional connectivity (FC) in the whole brain with the default mode network (DMN) soon after stroke and to explore the predictive accuracy of the strength ofExpand
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Reliability of the ECASS Radiological Classification of Postthrombolysis Brain Haemorrhage: A Comparison of CT and Three MRI Sequences
Background: Postthrombolysis brain haemorrhagic transformations (HT) are often categorized with the CT-based classification of the European Cooperative Acute Stroke Study (ECASS). However, little isExpand
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Atraumatic Nonaneurysmal Sulcal Subarachnoid Hemorrhages: A Diagnostic Workup Based on a Case Series
Introduction: Atraumatic and nonaneurysmal sulcal subarachnoid hemorrhage (sSAH) is a rare type of cerebrovascular disease with various etiologies previously reported in small case reports. In thisExpand
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Feasibility and validity of computerized ambulatory monitoring in stroke patients
Background: Computerized ambulatory monitoring provides real-time assessments of clinical outcomes in natural contexts, and it has been increasingly applied in recent years to investigate symptomExpand
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Left Atrial Appendage Closure in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation and Previous Intracerebral Hemorrhage.
BACKGROUND Percutaneous left atrial appendage closure (LAAC) may be considered in patients with atrial fibrillation and contraindication for long-term anticoagulation. This study aimed to assess theExpand
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Stroke Location Is an Independent Predictor of Cognitive Outcome
Background and Purpose— On top of functional outcome, accurate prediction of cognitive outcome for stroke patients is an unmet need with major implications for clinical management. We investigatedExpand
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Final Cerebral Infarct Volume Is Predictable by MR Imaging at 1 Week
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Stroke volume, an increasingly used end point in phase II trials, is considered stationary at least 30 days after the ictus. We investigated whether information conveyed by MRExpand
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Circadian Sleep/Wake Rhythm Abnormalities as a Risk Factor of a Poststroke Apathy
Background Poststroke apathy affects 19–55% of patients following stroke and has a negative impact on functional recovery, general health, and quality of life, as well as being a source ofExpand
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