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Urine Protein Levels Predict Future Development of Cerebral Infarction in Koreans

Lee SM, Ha E, Ryoo JH

Purpose: Proteinuria is a clinical sign of adverse cardiovascular outcomes, including stroke. We aimed to assess the relationship between proteinuria and the occurrence of cerebral infarction. Materials and Methods: In total,...
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Outcomes of Mechanical Thrombectomy in Patients with Large Diffusion-Weighted Imaging Lesions

Cho YH, Choi JH

Objective : Despite many advancements in endovascular treatment, the benefits of mechanical thrombectomy (MT) in patients with large infarctions remain uncertain due to hemorrhagic complications. Therefore, we aimed to investigate...
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Migrainous Infarction with Adjacent Cortical Enhancement

Yoon IH, Yun SH, Song YM

A 26-year old woman developed left homonymous superior quadrantanopia followed by severe pulsating headache with vomiting. Thereafter, she experienced recurrent left hemiparesis and paresthesia with or without headache. Brain magnetic...
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Cardiac Papillary Fibroelastoma in Left Ventricular Trabeculation as a Potential Cause of Cerebral Infarction: A Case Report

Im J, Kim DS

Cardiac papillary fibroelastoma (CPF) is the second or third most common primary cardiac tumor. Although histologically benign, it can cause serious symptoms depending on its location of occurrence, size, and...
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Two Cases of Cerebral Infarction after Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Jo KH, Seo YS, Kwon JH, Kim JY

Perioperative stroke is one of the most fatal complications for patients as well as for doctors. It is defined as a brain infarction or hemorrhage, occurring during or within 30...
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Clinical Outcomes of Clipping and Coiling in Elderly Patients with Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms: a National Cohort Study in Korea

Lee SH, Lee SU, Kwon OK, Bang JS, Ban SP, Kim T, Kim YD, Byoun HS, Oh CW

Background: We aimed to analyze outcomes of clipping and coiling in treating unruptured intracranial aneurysms (UIAs) in elderly patients and to identify the age at which perioperative risk increases based...
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Factors Contributing to an Efficacious Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke in Asian Population

Lee JS, Hwang YH, Sohn SI

Although randomized control trials about endovascular treatment (EVT) of emergent large vessel occlusion (LVO) have demonstrated the success of mechanical thrombectomy as the choice of treatment, a wide range of...
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Rare Neuro-Ophthalmological Manifestations of Focal Midbrain Infarction

Kim JG, Kang JH, Choi JC, Kim HJ, Kang CH

Because numerous important nuclei and white matter tracts are concentrated in the narrow midbrain, the tiny lesion can result in various symptoms. The anatomy of the neural network and related...
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Refractory brainstem encephalitis mimicking progressive cerebral infarction: infliximab and methotrexate as a salvage immunotherapy

Ahn SH, Roh J, Woo KN, Kim HS, Park MG, Park KP, Baik SK, Shin JH

Background: Brainstem encephalitis is a rare, severe, and potentially life-threatening inflammation of the central nervous system, exhibiting various treatment responses and outcomes owing to multiple etiologies. Case Report: We describe...
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Automated Prediction of Ischemic Brain Tissue Fate from Multiphase Computed Tomographic Angiography in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke Using Machine Learning

Qiu W, Kuang H, Ospel JM, Hill MD, Demchuk AM, Goyal M, Menon BK

Background and Purpose Multiphase computed tomographic angiography (mCTA) provides time variant images of pial vasculature supplying brain in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS). To develop a machine learning (ML)...
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Verbal Auditory Agnosia Developed after Unilateral Temporal Lobe Infarction

Jeon JB, Jeon MC, Lee DH

Stroke results in sudden loss of function related to its damaged portion. When this occurs in temporal lobe, the function of hearing and listening may be affected, although receptive language...
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Isolated Complete Tongue Paralysis as a Manifestation of Focal Cortical Infarction

Kang YR, Choi HS, Park HJ, Kim S, Kang KH, Park JW, Park MS, Cho KH

Although isolated contralateral tongue deviation following unilateral cortical infarction was occasionally reported, the unilateral lesion usually produces no significant deficit of tongue motility considering bilateral supranuclear innervation of the hypoglossal...
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Cerebral Infarction Caused by Direct Cardiac Tumor Emboli Mixed with Thrombus

You HL, Kim HJ, Jung HJ, Park KY, Oh ST, Chang JY

Cerebral infarction in cancer patients is often caused by thrombosis due to hypercoagulability, and in some cases, caused by direct tumor embolism. We report the case of cerebral infarction due...
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A Neurotoxocariasis Case Manifesting Multiple Cerebral Infarction and Eosinophilic Meningoencephalitis

Kang S, Park J, Jeong HJ, Joo JJ, Kim S

Although Toxocara canis is known to cross the blood-brain barrier, central nervous system involvement is uncommon. Clinical manifestations vary and include cerebral infarction, meningoencephalitis, myelitis, vasculitis or seizure. However cerebral...
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Cerebral Artery Stenosis in a Young Stroke Patient with Eales’ Disease

Kim HH, Lee KM, Heo SH

Eales’ disease is an idiopathic disorder induced by ischemic retinal vasculitis, usually affecting the peripheral retina. We encountered a young patient diagnosed as cerebral infarction with a history of Eales’...
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Hyperintense Vessel Sign in Large-Vessel Occlusion Stroke of Mild-to-Moderate Severity Ineligible for Recanalization

Ryu WS, Yoon HS, Jeong SW, Kim DE

Background and Purpose The impact of fluid-attenuated inversion recovery hyperintense vessels (FHVs) on outcomes in patients ineligible for recanalization therapy with large-vessel occlusion (LVO) is unclear. We investigated the impact of...
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Impact of Time Interval between Index Event and Stenting on Periprocedural Risk in Patients with Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis

Han W, Hwang G, Oh SH, Lee JJ, Kim MK, Chung BS, Rhim JK, Sheen SH, Kim T

Objective : The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of time interval between index event and stenting on the periprocedural risk of stenting for symptomatic carotid stenosis...
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Infectious causes of acute ischemic stroke: pathomechanisms and distribution of brain infarct

Li W, Kim J, Zhang J, Bang OY

Infectious diseases and stroke are common and a great health problem worldwide. However, relatively few studies have focused on direct infectious causes of acute stroke, and the exact mechanisms of...
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Cerebral Infarction after Embolization for Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformation in a Patient with Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia

Kim Y, Chun W, Yoon CW

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Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome Combined with Posterior Encephalopathy Syndrome, and Transient Splenial Lesion after Delivery

Seo HS, Lee WK, Shin JW, Jeong HS

The postpartum period is generally considered to be increased risk of various cerebral disorders, such as reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome (RCVS), posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES), and eclampsia. They manifest...
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