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Imaging of Acute Stroke: Early Detection is Key

Imaging of Acute Stroke: Early Detection Is Key

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In this invaluable Special Report, Imaging of Acute Stroke: Early Detection Is Key, you will learn about:

  • Statistics on stroke;
  • Definition of stroke;
  • Types of stroke;
  • Frequency of each type of stroke;
  • Subtypes of ischemic stroke;
  • Distinguishing between types of stroke;
  • Distinguishing between stroke and non-stroke;
  • The three optimal approaches for diagnosing stroke;
  • Why early detection is key for ischemic stroke;
  • Key features to look for when imaging the brain;
  • Key signs to look for when making your diagnosis;
  • contrast versus noncontrast studies;
  • signs of a hemorraghic infarct;
  • key things to look for in the first 24 hours of symptom onset;
  • which imaging studies show stroke within the first 24 hours to seven days;
  • why FLARE is more sensitive than T2 weighted images;
  • the most sensitive way to detect areas of acute stroke;
  • contrast enhancement and what it means;
  • other things to look for around the MCA sign;
  • the significance of the gyriform pattern;
  • CT versus MRI in an acute stroke setting;
  • stroke imaging controveries to be aware of;
  • dealing with artifacts;
  • the advantages of fast-spin echo;
  • other trauma to the brain;
  • benefits of MRI;
  • suggested best practice in the case of emergency imaging for stroke.

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Don Deye, M.D.
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