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Apr 12

MRI In Acute Stroke: Promises and Pitfalls

Haemin Go posted on 4/12/2022


Moderator: William A. Knight IV, MD, FACEP, FNCS
Other Participants: Robert Stanton, MD

When caring for acute stroke patients, who hasn't wished for an MRI at times? The future of MRI in acute stroke care remains unclear, but more and more research demonstrates that it can be incorporated into care paradigms to enhance safety and identify patients who might benefit from treatment despite unknown last known well times and complicated exams. Despite the benefit of MRI, pitfalls abound. Listen to Dr. Stanton share his expertise and thoughts about the future of MRI in acute stroke care and discuss the elusive "MRI-negative" acute stroke!


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