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In 20–25 % of stroke patients, stroke occurs during sleep. Due to the missing information on time of symptom onset, these patients with “wake-up stroke” are excluded from treatment with intravenous thrombolysis based on licensing criteria. Within the past years, however, new approaches to guide...
The cerebral collateral circulation is a network of blood vessels designed to preserve cerebral blood flow when primary routes fail. Though recognized for hundreds of years, the beneficial influence of collateral flow has now gained significant attention because of widely available, rapid, and...
The evaluation of skeletal health has progressed from diagnostic labeling (normal-low bone mass-osteoporosis) to quantifying future fracture risk. Thus, the recognition of prevalent and incident fractures has increased in importance because they influence risk assessment. Non-spinal osteoporotic...
Today’s most prevalent bone disease in the western hemisphere is osteoporosis. Predominantly postmenopausal women and older men suffer from bone loss caused by an imbalance in the physiological tissue renewal process between bone formation and resorption. As a result, osteoporosis is associated...
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