Insufficient cerebral venous drainage in patients with acute intracerebral hemorrhage is strongly associated with large relative perihematomal edema volume at 24 hours after the acute event.
A deep learning algorithm has accuracy comparable to that of radiologists for the diagnosis of acute intracranial hemorrhage on head computed tomography.
In thrombotic antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS), rivaroxaban is not noninferior to dose-adjusted vitamin K antagonists.
Pre-operative cerebral hemodynamics and age are independent predictors of cognitive performance changes after carotid endarterectomy in patients with high-grade symptomatic internal carotid artery stenosis.
The study compared general and giant cell arteritis-specific characteristics in patients with and without visual symptoms, and examined the role of diagnostic delay in patients with giant cell arteritis experiencing current visual symptoms.
In adults with recent stroke, a lower systolic blood pressure (SBP) goal may reduce the risk for orthostatic hypotension without any effect on orthostatic symptoms.
Giant cell arteritis has been vastly studied in white populations; however, its significance among other racial and ethnic groups is not as well known.
In healthy nonsmokers, inhaling nicotine-free electronic cigarette aerosol has a transient impact on endothelial function.
Radial artery catheterization is an alternative approach to performing a wide range of neuroendovascular procedures and has a low rate of complications.
Two similarly controlled landmark trials provide conflicting results regarding the clinical guidelines for management of acute hypertension in individuals with intracerebral hemorrhage. However, focusing exclusively on blood pressure targets may obscure a critical finding.