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Case Report

Quantitative Electroencephalographic Changes and Retinal Alterations in Subclinical Cerebrovascular Injury: A Case Report

Authors: Brown-Martínez M*, Virués T, Valdés Y, González E, Fernández O, Hernández Z, Constanten Y, Galán L and Despaigne E

Type: Case Report   
  
  

Case Report

Safe and Quick Control of Hyperglycemia with Luseogliflozin in Case of High-Dose Intensive Insulin User in an Acute Ischemic Stroke Stage: A Case Report

Authors: Mori T*, Tanno Y, Kasakura S, Yoshioka K and Nakai N

Type: Case Report   
  
  

Research Article

Sickle Cell Trait Appears to Increase the Risk of Hemorrhagic Stroke in African Adults with Dyslipidaemia: A Pilot Study

Authors: Olowoyo P*, Akinyemi RO, Owolabi MO, Fawale B and Ogunniyi A

Type: Research Article   
  
  

Research Article

Non-enhanced CT Maximum Intensity Projections for the Detection of Large Vessel Occlusions

Authors: Ho JP*, Nguyen DT, Pirastefahr M, Narula R, Hailey L, Mortin M, Rapp K, Agrawal K, Huisa-Garate B, Modir R, Meyer DM, Hemmen TM and Meyer BC

Type: Research Article   
  
  

Special Article - Hemorrhagic Stroke

Spontaneous Regression of a Large High-Flow Intracranial Dural Arteriovenous Fistula

Authors: Yen AJ*, Hetts SW, Stout C, Antoniette L and Halbach VV

Type: Special Article - Hemorrhagic Stroke   
  
  

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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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