This article discusses the importance of two key elements of stroke care; stroke units and anticoagulation therapy, including their translation into practice and the associated economic implications.
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Diffusion tensor imaging highlights brain damage in individuals with high blood pressure.
This review discusses the evidence linking arterial stiffness, hypertension and brain structural abnormalities in older adults.
This article provides an update on evidence-based secondary stroke prevention with antiplatelet medications, discusses cost-related issues and offers perspective about the future.
Researchers have developed a novel method that may eventually allow physicians to quickly scan the entire body for a blood clot, reducing the time it takes to find the exact location of a blood clot and decreasing the risk of complications.
Researchers have identified a pathway at work within the nuclei of astrocyte cells involved in the regulation of TGF-beta signaling, which may be involved in various brain diseases.
A new large-scale animal study designed with the aim of mimicking the rigor of a human clinical trial has highlighted the potential of preclinical randomized controlled trials in evaluating a drug’s efficacy, potentially bridging the gap between successful laboratory experiments and failed clinical trials.
David Vodušek presents an overview of a few of the main topics of discussion at the 1st Congress of the European Academy of Neurology.
In this video, Professor Cathy Price (Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging UCL, UK) provides us with an update on the PLORAS study, which focuses on predicting language outcome and recovery after stroke.