Impact of albuminuria on early neurological deterioration and lesion volume expansion in lenticulostriate small infarcts.

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Albuminuria, a marker of chronic kidney disease, is associated with an increased risk of incident stroke and unfavorable long-term outcomes. However, the association of albuminuria with short-term outcomes and change in infarct volume in patients with acute small subcortical infarction remains unknown. METHODS We retrospectively… (More)
DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.113.003164

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@article{Umemura2014ImpactOA, title={Impact of albuminuria on early neurological deterioration and lesion volume expansion in lenticulostriate small infarcts.}, author={Toshitaka Umemura and Joe Senda and Yuki Fukami and Shinichi Mashita and Takahiko Kawamura and Toshimasa Sakakibara and Gen Sobue}, journal={Stroke}, year={2014}, volume={45 2}, pages={587-90} }