STROKE IN 2015: Acute endovascular recanalization therapy comes of age

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Abstract

The past year has seen practice-changing findings in stroke research. Strong evidence now supports endovascular thrombectomy as the new gold standard of care in acute ischaemic stroke, and a pragmatic trial raised concerns over early intensive mobilization after stroke. Moreover, new insights were gained into the trajectory of stroke-associated cognitive decline.

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