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Prominent Members Under 45: Interview with Robert Mikulik

For 2018, via the ESO newsletter, we are focusing the spotlight on prominent ESO members under 45. In January we introduced you to Georgios K. Tsivgoulis. For February, we learned more about Else Charlotte Sandset. In March we presented Urs Fischer. In...

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Safety first – Direct oral anticoagulants versus warfarin

By Carolin Beuker, MD, and Antje Schmidt-Pogoda, MD, Department of Neurology, Münster University Hospital Oral anticoagulation is key to prevent stoke in patients with atrial fibrillation and systemic embolic events after for example hip or knee surgery in elderly...

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Department to Department Visit Report: Maria Mirabela Manea

First I would like to thank the European Stroke Organization for granting this visit. During the week spent in Inselspital Bern, Switzerland I had the great opportunity to work with an amazing team. My entire appreciation goes to Prof. Urs Fischer, one of...

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A patient with traumatic head injury: Cause or consequence?

Diana Aguiar de Sousa and Lia Lucas Neto, from the Department of Neurosciences (Neurology) and the Department of Neuroradiology, Hospital de Santa Maria, University of Lisbon, Portugal Case Report A 39-year-old woman was admitted to our institution for evaluation...

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Stroke Associated Pneumonia: better safe than sorry

Giuseppe Reale, MD, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart – A. Gemelli University Hospital, Rome The recent amazing advancements in the field of stroke reperfusion therapy make us hope for a considerable increase of treated patients with subsequent...

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RES-Q August Update

RES-Q has several new initiatives to announce, along with new tools, and another round of results data.  Some of the highlights in their update are: New dashboard which will be updated daily and provide visualization for the most important metrics...

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Maybe She is Telling You the Localisation!

Dr Linxin Li, Dr Michele Romoli and Dr Dearbhla Kelly Patient PT has a background history of functional disorder. She also has untreated hypertension and hyperlipidaemia and is an ex-smoker. She is now referred to the high-risk TIA clinic following a...

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Stroke School at Kyrgyzstan, NIHSS training

On the 5th July, 2018 the important step in promoting the activity of the ESO-EAST community in Kyrgyzstan was attempted: the first NIHSS training made by WHO expert, Dr.Francesca Pezzella was organised. This day was also very significant for neurologists...

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