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Cerebrovascular diseases 1 P 1001 A classification tool for clinical differentiation between hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke

@inproceedings{Vemmos2002CerebrovascularD1,
  title={Cerebrovascular diseases 1 P 1001 A classification tool for clinical differentiation between hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke},
  author={K. Vemmos and G. Tsivgoulis and A. Synetos and V. Kotsis and V. Zis and D. Vassilopoulos and J. Pali{\'c} and D. Jan{\vc}uljak and V. Demarin and I. Lu{\vs}i{\'c} and B. Barac and D. Vuka{\vs}inovi{\'c} and I. Bradvica and I. Vlachov{\'a} and K. Urb{\'a}nek and B. Křupka and M. Gabry{\vs} and J. Mares and D. {\vS}aň{\'a}k and P. Schneiderka and S. Buřval},
  year={2002}
}
Aim To develop a simple and reliable diagnostic tool for differentiation of cerebral infarction (CIF) from intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) in order to facilitate therapeutic decisions when rapid access to computed tomography (CT) is lacking. Patients and methods Thirty variables regarding each patient admitted with acute stroke were prospectively recorded. Multivariate analysis was performed using ICH as end point. CT scan confirmed the stroke type within 72 hours from admission. Three previous… Expand

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