Treatment of cerebrovascular diseases: state of the art and perspectives.


Ischaemic penumbra is defined as the area of brain tissue that maintains some blood flow following ischaemic accident. This zone may be rescued by both neuroprotection and arterial revascularization. Early thrombolysis has been used with encouraging results since 1995 in several trials testing both streptokinase and recombinant tissue plasminogen activator… (More)


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