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Johanna Wardlaw

Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, managing editor of the IJS chatted to Fienburg award recipient, Johanna Wardlaw

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DEFUSE 3

Interview on the ground with Michael Mlynash

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This podcast interview is based on the article Cerebral amyloid angiopathy associated with inflammation (CAA-I): a systematic review of clinical and imaging features and outcome, ...

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Susac syndrome (SuS) affects the brain, retina, and inner ear. And whose treatment is particularly challenging. Adding to the challenge is the absence of objective biomarkers of di...

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Shared decision making after severe stroke- how can we improve patient and family involvement in treatment decisions? Akila Visvanathan from The University of Edinburgh, Centre fo...

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The PRE-hospital Stroke Treatment Organization (PRESTO) was formed in 2016 as an international consortium of medical practitioners involved in pre-hospital treatment of patients wi...

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Thanh Phan; Monash University, Department of Medicine  It has been forty years since the ischaemic penumbra was first conceptualised through work on animal models. The topography ...

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Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Editor for the Internaitonal Journal of Stroke spoke to Lubna Bhatti, Technical officer and Epidemiologist for the the World Health Organization on ...

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Higher cumulative burden of viral and bacterial pathogens may increase the risk of stroke, but the contribution of parasitic infections in relation to cumulative pathogen burden an...

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