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Pathophysiological determinants of worse stroke outcome in atrial fibrillation 217 207 0
Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery hyperintensity in acute ischemic stroke may not predict hemorrhagic transformation 69 67 0
Visual assessment of perfusion-diffusion mismatch is inadequate to select patients for thrombolysis 140 128 0
Postthrombolysis blood pressure elevation is associated with hemorrhagic transformation 141 130 0
Cerebral blood flow is the optimal CT perfusion parameter for assessing infarct core 11 11 0
CT perfusion improves diagnostic accuracy and confidence in acute ischaemic stroke 12 11 0
Acute stroke imaging research roadmap II 117 103 0
Prediction of poststroke hemorrhagic transformation using computed tomography perfusion 14 13 0
Reperfusion after 4ยท5 hours reduces infarct growth and improves clinical outcomes 7 6 0
Worse stroke outcome in atrial fibrillation is explained by more severe hypoperfusion, infarct growth, and hemorrhagic transformation 13 12 0
Failure of collateral blood flow is associated with infarct growth in ischemic stroke 25 20 0
Comparison of computed tomography perfusion and magnetic resonance imaging perfusion-diffusion mismatch in ischemic stroke 14 12 0
Regional very low cerebral blood volume predicts hemorrhagic transformation better than diffusion-weighted imaging volume and thresholded apparent diffusion coefficient in acute ischemic stroke 157 155 0
The infarct core is well represented by the acute diffusion lesion: sustained reversal is infrequent 24 20 0
Advanced imaging improves prediction of hemorrhage after stroke thrombolysis 24 21 0
Assessing response to stroke thrombolysis validation of 24-hour multimodal magnetic resonance imaging 12 8 0
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