Early new diffusion-weighted imaging lesions appear more often in stroke patients with a multiple territory lesion pattern.

@article{Braemswig2013EarlyND,
  title={Early new diffusion-weighted imaging lesions appear more often in stroke patients with a multiple territory lesion pattern.},
  author={Tim Bastian Braemswig and Tatiana Usnich and Fredrik N. Albach and Peter Brunecker and Ulrike Grittner and Jan Friedrich Scheitz and Jochen B. Fiebach and Christian Hans Nolte},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 8},
  pages={2200-4}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE New diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) lesions are common in patients with acute ischemic stroke. They are associated with an initial nonsingle lesion pattern. Previous studies have not analyzed this association in detail. We differentiated nonsingle lesions in 1 vascular supply territory only (scattered lesion pattern) from nonsingle lesions in ≥2 vascular supply territory (multiple territory lesion -pattern). METHODS Patients with an acute ischemic stroke underwent 3… CONTINUE READING
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