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Georgios Tsivgoulis is Associate Professor of Neurology in the Second Department of Neurology in National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Medicine. He is the Director of Division of Cerebrovascular Diseases, the Director of Neurosonology...read more
ESJ Comment: Endovascular therapy versus intravenous thrombolysis in cervical artery dissection ischemic stroke – Results from the SWISS registry
Comment Author: Linxin Li Endovascular therapy versus intravenous thrombolysis in cervical artery dissection ischemic stroke – Results from the SWISS registry Cervical artery dissection (CeAD) is a common cause of stroke in young adults, with an annual...read more
Abstract submission for ESOC2018 closes on Monday, 22 January 2018 at 23:59. Abstract topics are listed below. All abstracts must be submitted via the official abstract submission website where you can also find the complete submission guidelines.. 01.ONGOING TRIALS...read more
ESO is proud to once again partner with the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) for Brain 2018, the 9th annual knowledge exchange symposium held in Mumbai, India. This year`s symposium took place 6-7 January and brought together a diverse group...read more
The ESO Department to Department Visit Programme is a grant of 1,000 EUR offered to up to 8 young physicians and researchers to support a short visit of 1 week or as a contribution to a longer visit to a European department or laboratory. The programme aims to provide...read more
At the recently held SAFE Working Conference 2017 in Zagreb, Croatia, Dr. Bart van der Worp, European Stroke Organisation President elect gave an interview to SAFE about project updates on the Action Plan for Stroke in Europe. Find out what the timelines...read more
Tandem occlusions treated by endovascular thrombectomy: no difference in outcome between dissection and atherosclerotic cause?
Author: Peter Vanacker, MD PhD, Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium Endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) of acute stroke related to tandem steno-occlusive lesions in the anterior circulation is technically challenging but may lead to similar outcomes as...read more
By Bojana Žvan and Anita Arsovska The 11th Conference on Acute Stroke with International Attendance took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on the 01st of December, 2017. It was traditionally organized by Prof. Dr. Bojana Žvan (FESO), President of the National...read more
By Anita Arsovska, Hrvoje Budincevic and Francesca Pezzella The Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE) Working Conference& General Assembly took place in Zagreb, Croatia, 06th-08th of December 2017 and was co-hosted by the Croatian Stroke Society....read more
ESJ Comment: Minor stroke due to large artery occlusion. When is intravenous thrombolysis not enough?
Comment Authors: Daniela Pimenta Silva, Diana Aguiar de Sousa, Department of Neurology, Hospital de Santa Maria, University of Lisbon, Portugal Original Article: Mazya M.V., Cooray C., Lees K.R., et al, 2017. Minor stroke due to large artery...read more
Author: Mira Katan MD, MS, Department of Neurology, University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland In clinical stroke research we are looking into relationships between exposure variables such as specific treatments (e.g. statins) or risk factors (e.g....read more