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In patients with mild ischemic stroke, small but eloquent infarcts may have devastating effects, particularly on health-related quality of life. Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Edi...

A structural MRI measure of combined neurovascular and neurodegenerative burden may be useful as these features often coexist in older people, stroke and dementia. Carmen Lahiff-Je...

Stroke is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, and effective treatment requires rapid diagnosis and recognition of relevant vascular lesions. Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins,...

Johanna Wardlaw

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

DEFUSE 3

Interview on the ground with Michael Mlynash

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, ...

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...

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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