Review Neurological complications of acute ischaemic stroke
[Review] Neurological complications of acute ischaemic stroke
Complications after ischaemic stroke, including both neurological and medical complications, are a major cause of morbidity and mortality. Neurological complications, such as brain oedema or haemorrhagic transformation, occur earlier than do medical complications and can affect outcomes with potential serious short-term and long-term consequences. Some of these complications could be prevented or, when this is not possible, early detection and proper management could be effective in reducing the adverse effects.
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