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The role of collateral imaging for acute revasculization therapy, do we need it or should we just open the artery? Hi, I’m Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Editor of the Internat...

Moving rehabilitation research forward: Developing consensus statements for rehabilitation and recovery research  Stroke recovery is the next frontier in stroke medicine. While ...

Aislinn Grimley, work experience student with the International Journal of Stroke spoke to Dr Liam Johnson, from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, about his w...

Intracerebral haemorrhage is still a major obstacle in stroke care, currently undergoing extensive international research. I'm Aislinn Grimley, on work experience here at the Journ...

Research studies may ha ve limited generalisability when survivors of stroke with physical, language or cognitive impairments are excluded. I’m Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins and I spoke ...

More effective and efficient rehabilitation is urgently needed to address the prevalence of unmet rehabilitation needs after stroke. This study compared the efficacy of two post-st...

Among stroke and transient ischemic attack patients without a history of atrial fibrillation, 9·0% (95% confidence interval: 4·9–14·3) experienced episodes of post stroke atri...

The early recurrence of neurological symptoms (NR) after urgent aggressive best medical therapy (BMT) in symptomatic carotid stenosis is not well documented. I’m Carmen Lahiff-Je...

Cognitive impairments post-stroke are common. Assessment of cognition typically involves pen-and-paper tasks, which are often reliant on linguistic and motor function, creating bar...

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