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-Complex ICA T occlusion by CT angiography is a very malignant subtype with massive infarcts and poor outcomes despite revascularization treatment-
-What clinical factors predict an intracranial arterial stenosis responsible for an intracranial larger artery occlusion treated by endovascular therapy?-
-Spontaneous common carotid artery dissection causing concomitant intracranial dissection and ischemic stroke-
-Chronic Pain after Non-traumatic, Non-compressive Myelopathy: Characteristics and Predictors for Neuropathic Pain-
-Paracrine action of High Mobility Group Box 1 (HMGB1) prevents ischemia-induced oligodendrocyte death via Toll-like receptor 2-
-Complex ICA T occlusion by CT angiography is a very malignant subtype with massive infarcts and poor outcomes despite revascularization treatment-
-Protective role of High Mobility Group Box 1(HMGB1) – Toll-like receptor 2 axis on ischemic induced oligodendrocyte death-
-Comparison of neurobehavioral and pathological deficit in normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
-Topographical disorientation as a predictor of conversion to the dementia in amnestic mild cognitive impairment-
-Clinical and MRI Outcome Predictors of Therapeutic Hypothermia in Ischemic Stroke Patients: A Post Hoc Analysis of the Hypothermia After Recanalization in Ischemic Stroke (HARIS) trial-
-Influence of hypertension on neurobehavioral and pathological outcomes after chronic cerebral hypoperfusion in rats-
-What clinical factors predict an intracranial arterial stenosis responsible for an intracranial larger artery occlusion treated by endovascular therapy?-
-Distinctive behavioral and pathological outcomes between normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
-A Case of Stunned Brain Syndrome with Luxury Perfusion and a High Intracranial Arterial Calcification Burden-
-Changes in DNA methylome in central axon regeneration of DRG sensory neurons after conditioning injury-
-Complete bridging of the cystic cavities by temperature sensitive poly(phosphazene) hydrogel via induction of extracellular matrix remodeling in contusive spinal cord injury model-
-Temperature sensitive injectable hydrogel bridges cystic cavities and supports functional recovery following contusive injury-
-Insulin-like growth factor-1 is an important determinant of activity-induced increases in the survival of graft neural stem cells after spinal cord injury-
-Overexpression of CCL2 enhances capacity of axon regeneration in DRG sensory neurons-
-Predictors of institutionalization in Alzheimer’s disease: A CREDOS study-
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