Course
Mechanical thrombectomy - our experience - M. Budisic (A01)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Mechanical thrombectomy - our experience - M. Budisic (A01)
This is a review of recent advances in EVT and a presentation of experience of the University Hospital Center Sisters of Mercy, Zagreb, Croatia Recommended literature: Endovascular thrombectomy after large-vessel ischaemic stroke: a...
Malignant left atrial appendage - a call for a new clinical entity - A. Anic (A02)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Malignant left atrial appendage - a call for a new clinical entity - A. Anic (A02)
The presence of a substantially sized, thin, and elongated second LAA lobe appears to augment blood stasis and consequent thrombus formation. This rare variant of the chickenwing morphology may prompt unusually extreme thromboembolic...
PFO as Neurological Issue - D. Bazadona (A03)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
PFO as Neurological Issue - D. Bazadona (A03)
PFO can be a diagnostic challenge and there are different treatment options. Recent developments and recommendations are presented from a neurological perspective.
Recanalization therapy for acute ischemic stroke during COVID-19 pandemic - D. Bonifacic (A04)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Recanalization therapy for acute ischemic stroke during COVID-19 pandemic - D. Bonifacic (A04)
Comorbidity of acute ischemic stroke with Covid-19 is a challenging condition that potentially influencing the decision whether administering systemic thrombolysis (ST). The coronavirus disease in 2019/2020 (COVID-19) pandemic have particularly...
Antiphospholypid syndrome - a case report - A. Babic (A05)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Antiphospholypid syndrome - a case report - A. Babic (A05)
Stroke and migraine - A. Pavlovic (A06)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Stroke and migraine - A. Pavlovic (A06)
A review of associations between two common neurovascular disorders, migraine and stroke, focusing on shared pathophysiology and clinical implications. References: Øie LR, Kurth T, Gulati S, et al Migraine and risk of stroke. Journal of...
Intracerebral haemorrhage after recanalisation therapy in acute stroke - Z. Poljakovic (A07)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Intracerebral haemorrhage after recanalisation therapy in acute stroke - Z. Poljakovic (A07)
Symptomatic intracerebral haematoma after recanalization therapy, as a form of reperfusion injury, represents a serious complication of our acute stroke treatment. Are all radiological and clinical forms of reperfusion injury (syndrome) result of...
Informed consent and neurological patient - S. Kovacic (A08)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Informed consent and neurological patient - S. Kovacic (A08)
Despite recent great advances in medicine and the development of relevant legislation, ethical and legal issues of neurological patient management are complex and in some instances, even in developed countries, insufficiently elaborated. We can...
Carotid web and stroke - A. Prunk Drmic (A09)
Lectures 2020
/
Stroke Topics
Carotid web and stroke - A. Prunk Drmic (A09)
Carotid web (CA-Web) is a rare form of focal intimal fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), which is protruded into the vesel lumen and forms a membrane-like shelf in the posterior wall of the internal carotid artery (ICA). This kind of shape could lead...
Examination of Collateral Circulation - Vasomotor Reactivity - L. Olah (B01)
Lectures 2020
/
Neurosonology Topics
Examination of Collateral Circulation - Vasomotor Reactivity - L. Olah (B01)
Treatment strategy of asymptomatic carotid stenosis is a difficult issue. Asymptomatic patients with unstable plaque, microemboli and exhausted cerebrovascular reserve capacity may profit from carotid revascularisation. The lecture explains the...

Oh, no. Nothing was found.

Use a different term and try again.