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Can MRI Substitute for Time When Administering Intravenous Thrombolysis for Stroke?

09:55 EDT 14 Jun 2018 | NEJM

When time of onset is unknown, using acute MRI to select acute stroke patients for intravenous thrombolysis leads to favorable outcomes but could increase risks.

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