The use of magnetic resonance imaging to predict outcome following stroke : a review of experimental and clinical evidence

@inproceedings{Farr2016TheUO,
  title={The use of magnetic resonance imaging to predict outcome following stroke : a review of experimental and clinical evidence},
  author={Tracy D. Farr and Susanne Wegener},
  year={2016}
}
Despite promising results in preclinical stroke research, translation of experimental data into clinical therapy has been difficult. One reason is the heterogeneity of the disease with outcomes ranging from complete recovery to continued decline. A successful treatment in one situation may be ineffective, or even harmful, in another. To overcome this, treatment must be tailored according to the individual based on identification of the risk of damage and estimation of potential recovery… CONTINUE READING

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