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Clinical Risk Score for Predicting Recurrence Following a Cerebral Ischemic Event
Introduction: Recurrent stroke has a higher rate of death and disability. A number of risk scores have been developed to predict short-term and long-term risk of stroke following an initial episode of stroke or transient ...
A predictive analytics model for differentiating between transient ischemic attacks (TIA) and its mimics
Abstract Background Transient ischemic attack (TIA) is a brief episode of neurological dysfunction resulting from cerebral ischemia not associated with permanent cerebral infarction. TIA is associated with high diagnostic ...
Potential Roles of Adropin in Central Nervous System: Review of Current Literature
Adropin is a 4.9 kDa peptide that is important for maintenance of metabolic and non-metabolic homeostasis. It regulates glucose and fatty acid metabolism and is involved in endothelial cell function and endothelial nitric ...