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Massive Intracranial Calcifications Secondary to Vein of Galen Aneurysmal Malformation


Abstract: Massive intracranial calcifications are observed in several diseases, including arteriovenous malformations. The most frequent paediatric neurovascular malformations are vein of Galen arteriovenous malformations,


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The Utility of Intracranial Plaque Imaging Using 3-Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Middle Cerebral Artery Atherosclerosis


Abstract: Middle cerebral artery atherosclerosis often causes severe ischemic stroke. Plaque imaging techniques for extracranial carotid lesions with conventional magnetic resonance imaging are widely used to prevent subsequent stroke. However, the plaque imaging for intracranial atherosclerosis


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Mitral Valve Mass Presenting as Recurrent Ischemic Strokes


Abstract: Mitral valve masses are an important cause of ischemic stroke in young individuals. The differential diagnosis for valvular cardiac mass includes infective endocarditis, sterile endocarditis and primary cardiac tumors.


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Revisiting Electrophysiological Mechanisms of VF/VT Arrest During Early Ischemia and Spontaneous Electrical Activity After Defibrillation: From Cell to ACLS


Abstract: K+ conductance and [K+]o increase during early (<10 min) regional and global ischemia. Early ischemia depolarizes the RMP and decreases INa (that is, residual INa) causing slow conduction, and shortens APD and ERP with dispersion.

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Austin Journal of Cerebrovascular Disease & Stroke is a peer reviewed, open access, academic journal that brings ground breaking investigations and progression in stroke research. This open access journal concentrates on the basic, translational and clinical aspects of stroke and cerebrovascular disease - areas include but not limited to stroke causes, epidemiology, signs and symptoms, Pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention,
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Endothelial Function is impaired in Patients with Different Clinical Manifestations of Severe Cerebral Small Vessel Disease: Preliminary Results of SHEF-CSVD Study

Abstract Endothelial functions in patients with different clinical manifestations of cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD) have not yet been thoroughly described.
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