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Stroke Workup – Beyond the Basics

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A chart-based guide for the laboratory and imaging workup for strokes suspected to be of atypical etiology. Includes guidance for strokes caused by hypercoagable state, uncommon thromboembolic disease, vasculopathy, paradoxical embolus, and other etiologies of ischemia.

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Albin, C.S.W., Zafar, S.F. (2022). Stroke Workup – Beyond the Basics. In: Albin, C.S., Zafar, S.F. (eds) The Acute Neurology Survival Guide. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-75732-8_13

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