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    1. Laloux, P
      Intravenous rtPA thrombolysis in acute ischemic stroke

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA BELGICA
    2. Montaner, J; Alvarez-Sabin, J; Molina, C; Angles, A; Abilleira, S; Arenillas, J; Gonzalez, MA; Monasterio, J
      Matrix metalloproteinase expression after human cardioembolic stroke - Temporal profile and relation to neurological impairment

      STROKE
    3. Tejima, E; Katayama, Y; Suzuki, Y; Kano, T; Lo, EH
      Hemorrhagic transformation after fibrinolysis with tissue plasminogen activator - Evaluation of role of hypertension with rat thromboembolic stroke model

      STROKE
    4. Grotta, JC; Welch, KMA; Fagan, SC; Lu, M; Frankel, MR; Brott, T; Levine, SR; Lyden, PD
      Clinical deterioration following improvement in the NINDS rt-PA Stroke Trial

      STROKE
    5. Pereira, AC; Martin, PJ; Warburton, EA
      Thrombolysis in acute ischaemic stroke

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    6. Nakano, S; Iseda, T; Ikeda, T; Yoneyama, T; Wakisaka, S
      Thresholds of ischemia salvageable with intravenous tissue plasminogen activator therapy: Evaluation with cerebral blood flow single-photon emission computed tomographic measurements

      NEUROSURGERY
    7. Nakano, S; Iseda, T; Yoneyama, T; Ikeda, T; Wakisaka, S
      Intravenous low-dose native tissue plasminogen activator for distal embolism in the middle cerebral artery divisions or branches: A pilot study

      NEUROSURGERY
    8. Marler, JR; Tilley, BC; Lu, M; Brott, TG; Lyden, PC; Grotta, JC; Broderick, JP; Levine, SR; Frankel, MP; Horowitz, SH; Haley, EC; Lewandowski, CA; Kwiatkowski, TP
      Early stroke treatment associated with better outcome - The NINDS rt-PA Stroke Study

      NEUROLOGY
    9. Trouillas, P; Derex, L; Nighoghossian, N; Honnorat, J; Li, W; Neuschwander, P; Riche, G; Getenet, JC; Berthezene, Y; Turjman, F; Froment, JC
      rtPA intravenous thrombolysis in anterior choroidal artery territory stroke

      NEUROLOGY
    10. Kano, T; Katayama, Y; Tejima, E; Lo, EH
      Hemorrhagic transformation after fibrinolytic therapy with tissue plasminogen activator in a rat thromboembolic model of stroke

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Brockington, CD; Lyden, PD
      Criteria for selection of older patients for thrombolytic therapy

      CLINICS IN GERIATRIC MEDICINE
    12. Collins, DR; O'Neill, D; McCormack, PME
      Potential for treatment with thrombolysis in an Irish Stroke Unit

      IRISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    13. Osborn, TM; LaMonte, MP; Gaasch, WR
      Intravenous thrombolytic therapy for stroke: A review of recent studies and controversies

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    14. Yanamoto, H; Nagata, I; Nakahara, I; Tohnai, N; Zhang, Z; Kikuchi, H
      Combination of intraischemic and postischemic hypothermia provides potent and persistent neuroprotection against temporary focal ischemia in rats

      STROKE
    15. Suarez, JI; Sunshine, JL; Tarr, R; Zaidat, O; Selman, WR; Kernich, C; Landis, DMD
      Predictors of clinical improvement, angiographic recanalization, and intracranial hemorrhage after intra-arterial thrombolysis for acute ischemic stroke

      STROKE
    16. Hattenbach, LO; Wellermann, G; Steinkamp, GWK; Scharrer, I; Koch, FHJ; Ohrloff, C
      Visual outcome after treatment with low-dose recombinant tissue plasminogen activator or hemodilution in ischemic central retinal vein occlusion

      OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    17. STEINER T; SPRANGER M; HACKE W
      THROMBOLYSIS IN STROKE - WHICH AGENT, WHEN AND HOW

      FIBRINOLYSIS & PROTEOLYSIS
    18. REINHARDT F; ERBGUTH F; NEUNDORFER B
      AGGRESSIVE THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES IN ACUT E ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Medizinische Klinik
    19. SPRANGER M; STEINER T; SCHWAB S; HACKE W
      ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - REVASCULARIZING THERAPY

      Journal of neurology
    20. Broderick, JP
      Recanalization therapies for acute ischemic stroke

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    21. CRONQVIST M; PIEROT L; BOULIN A; COGNARD C; CASTAINGS L; MORET J
      LOCAL INTRAARTERIAL FIBRINOLYSIS OF THROMBOEMBOLI OCCURRING DURING ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF INTRACEREBRAL ANEURYSM - A COMPARISON OF ANATOMIC RESULTS AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      American journal of neuroradiology
    22. PANCIOLI AM; BRODERICK J; KOTHARI R; BROTT T; TUCHFARBER A; MILLER R; KHOURY J; JAUCH E
      PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF STROKE WARNING SIGNS AND KNOWLEDGE OF POTENTIAL RISK-FACTORS

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    23. LAI SM; DUNCAN PW; KEIGHLEY J
      PREDICTION OF FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME AFTER STROKE - COMPARISON OF THE ORPINGTON PROGNOSTIC SCALE AND THE NIH STROKE SCALE

      Stroke
    24. BROTT T; LU M; KOTHARI R; FAGAN SC; FRANKEL M; GROTTA JC; BRODERICK J; KWIATKOWSKI T; LEWANDOWSKI C; HALEY EC; MARLER JR; TILLEY BC
      HYPERTENSION AND ITS TREATMENT IN THE NINDS-RT-PA-STROKE-TRIAL

      Stroke
    25. GROND M; STENZEL C; SCHMULLING S; RUDOLF J; NEVELING M; LECHLEUTHNER A; SCHNEWEIS S; HEISS WD
      EARLY INTRAVENOUS THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE IN A COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH

      Stroke
    26. HATTENBACH LO; STEINKAMP G; SCHARRER I; OHRLOFF C
      FIBRINOLYTIC THERAPY WITH LOW-DOSE RECOMBINANT TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR IN RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSION

      Ophthalmologica
    27. SCHELLINGER PD; STEINER T
      EMERGENCY AND INTENSIVE-CARE TREATMENT AF TER A STROKE - RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN CONSENSUS GROUP

      Nervenarzt
    28. FIRLIK AD; YONAS H; KAUFMANN AM; WECHSLER LR; JUNGREIS CA; FUKUI MB; WILLIAMS RL
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF SWELLING AND LIFE-THREATENING HERNIATION IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Journal of neurosurgery
    29. LUTSEP HL; CLARK WM
      ACUTE STROKE THERAPY - PERSPECTIVES ON CURRENT, FUTURE TREATMENTS

      Formulary
    30. BROTT T
      THROMBOLYSIS FOR STROKE

      Archives of family medicine
    31. HUND E; GRAU A; HACKE W
      NEUROCRITICAL CARE FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE (REPRINTED FROM NEUROLOGIC CLINICS, VOL 13, PG 511-527, 1995)

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    32. GROND M; RUDOLF J; NEVELING M; STENZEL C; HEISS WD
      RISK OF IMMEDIATE HEPARIN AFTER RT-PA THERAPY IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    33. BOGOUSSLAVSKY J; BROTT T; DIENER HC; ESTOL C; FIESCHI C; GROTTA J; HACKE W; HAZINSKI MF; KASTE M; MORI E; OPPENHEIMER S; ORGOGOZO JM; STEINER T
      OPTIMIZING INTENSIVE-CARE IN STROKE - A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    34. DAVIS SM; DONNAN GA
      THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE STROKE

      Journal of clinical neuroscience
    35. DELZOPPO GJ
      ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY OF ACUTE STROKE - THROMBOLYTIC AGENTS

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    36. ADAMS HP; WOOLSON RF; CLARKE WR; DAVIS PH; BENDIXEN BH; LOVE BB; WASEK PA; GRIMSMAN KJ
      DESIGN OF THE TRIAL OF ORG-10172 IN ACUTE STROKE TREATMENT (TOAST)

      Controlled clinical trials
    37. WYER PC; OSBORN HH
      RECOMBINANT TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR - IN MY COMMUNITY-HOSPITAL ED, WILL EARLY ADMINISTRATION OF RT-PA TO PATIENTS WITH THE INITIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE REDUCE MORTALITY AND DISABILITY

      Annals of emergency medicine
    38. BROTT T; BRODERICK J; KOTHARI R; ODONOGHUE M; BARSAN W; TOMSICK T; SPILKER J; MILLER R; SAUERBECK L; FARRELL J; KELLY J; PERKINS T; MCDONALD T; RORICK M; HICKEY C; ARMITAGE J; PERRY C; THALINGER K; RHUDE R; SCHILL J; BECKER PS; HEATH RS; ADAMS D; REED R; KLEI M; HUGHES A; ANTHONY J; BAUDENDISTEL D; ZADICOFF C; RYMER M; BETTINGER I; LAUBINGER P; SCHMERLER M; MEIROS G; LYDEN P; DUNFORD J; ZIVIN J; RAPP K; BABCOCK T; DAUM P; PERSONA D; BRODY M; JACKSON C; LEWIS S; LISS J; MAHDAVI Z; ROTHROCK J; TOM T; ZWEIFLER R; KOBAYASHI J; KUNIN J; LICHT J; ROWEN R; STEIN D; GRISOLIA J; MARTIN F; CHAPLIN R; KAPLITZ N; NELSON J; NEUREN A; SILVER D; CHIPPENDALE T; DIAMOND E; LOBATZ M; MURPHY D; ROSENBERG D; RUEL R; SADOFF M; SCHIM J; SCHLEIMER J; ATKINSON R; WENTWORTH D; CUMMINGS R; FRINK R; HEUBLEIN P; GROTTA JC; DEGRABA T; FISHER M; RAMIREZ S; HANSON S; MORGENSTERN L; SILLS C; PASTEUR W; YATSU F; ANDREWS K; VILLARCORDOVA C; PEPE P; BRATINA P; GREENBERG L; ROZEK S; SIMMONS K; KWIATKOWSKI TG; HOROWITZ SH; LIBMAN R; KANNER R; SILVERMAN R; LAMANTIA J; MEALIE C; DUARTE R; DONNARUMMA R; OKOLA M; CULLIN V; MITCHELL E; LEVINE SR; LEWANDOWSKI CA; TOKARSKI G; RAMADAN NM; MITSIAS P; GORMAN M; ZAROWITZ B; KOKKINOS J; DAYNO J; VERRO P; GYMNOPOULOS C; DAFER R; DOLHABERRIAGUE L; SAWAYA K; DALEY S; MITCHELL M; FRANKEL M; MACKAY B; WEISSMAN J; WASHINGTON J; NGUYEN B; COOK A; KARP H; WILLIAMS M; WILLIAMSON T; BARCH C; BRAIMAH J; FAHERTY B; MACDONALD J; SAILOR S; KOZINN M; HELLWICK L; HALEY EC; BLECK TP; CAIL WS; LINDBECK GH; GRANNER MA; WOLF SS; GWYNN MW; METTETAL RW; CHANG CWJ; SOLENSKI NJ; BROCK DG; FORD GD; KONGABLE GL; PARKS KN; WILKINSON SS; DAVIS MK; SHEPPARD GL; ZONTINE DW; GUSTIN KH; CROWE NM; MASSEY SL; MEYER M; GAINES K; PAYNE A; BALES C; MALCOLM J; BARLOW R; WILSON M; CAPE C; BERTORINI T; MISULIS K; PAULSEN W; SHEPARD D; TILLEY BC; WELCH KMA; FAGAN SC; LU M; PATEL S; MASHA E; VERTER J; BOURA J; MAIN J; GORDON L; MADDY N; CHOCIEMSKI T; WINDHAM J; ZADEH HS; ALVES W; KELLER MF; WENZEL JR; RAMAN N; CANTWELL L; WARREN A; SMITH K; BAILEY E; MARLER JR; EASTON JD; HALLENBECK JF; LAN G; MARSH JD; WALKER MD; FROEHLICH J; BREED J; FONG WC
      A SYSTEMS-APPROACH TO IMMEDIATE EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HYPERACUTE STROKE - EXPERIENCE AT 8 CENTERS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY PRACTICE AND PATIENT-CARE

      Stroke
    39. FIRLIK AD; KAUFMANN AM; WECHSLER LR; FIRLIK KS; FUKUI MB; YONAS H
      QUANTITATIVE CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DETERMINATIONS IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - RELATIONSHIP TO COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY AND ANGIOGRAPHY

      Stroke
    40. CHOUDHRI TF; HOH BL; SOLOMON RA; CONNOLLY ES; PINSKY DJ
      USE OF A SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC HEMOGLOBIN ASSAY TO OBJECTIVELY QUANTIFY INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE IN MICE

      Stroke
    41. GROTTA J
      SHOULD THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY BE THE FIRST-LINE TREATMENT FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - T-PA - THE BEST CURRENT OPTION FOR MOST PATIENTS

      The New England journal of medicine
    42. LYDEN PD; GROTTA JC; LEVINE SR; MARLER JR; FRANKEL MR; BROTT TG
      INTRAVENOUS THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE STROKE

      Neurology
    43. GRESS DR; BONOVICH D
      THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE STROKE - A NEW ERA IN TREATMENT

      American family physician
    44. JAFFE A
      IS MORE RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF HEART-ATTACK WORTHWHILE

      American family physician
    45. DONNAN GA; DAVIS SM
      THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - DO THE BENEFITS OUTWEIGH THE RISKS

      CNS DRUGS
    46. PISTOLLATO G; ERMANI M
      TIME OF HOSPITAL PRESENTATION AFTER STROKE - A MULTICENTER STUDY IN NORTHEAST ITALY

      Italian journal of neurological sciences
    47. FINOCCHI C; GANDOLFO C; GASPARETTO B; DELSETTE M; CROCE R; LOEB C
      VALUE OF EARLY VARIABLES AS PREDICTORS OF SHORT-TERM OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA

      Italian journal of neurological sciences
    48. WARACH S; DASHE JF; EDELMAN RR
      CLINICAL OUTCOME IN ISCHEMIC STROKE PREDICTED BY EARLY DIFFUSION-WEIGHTED AND PERFUSION MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING - A PRELIMINARY-ANALYSIS

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    49. BECKER KJ; MONSEIN LH; ULATOWSKI J; MIRSKI M; WILLIAMS M; HANLEY DF
      INTRAARTERIAL THROMBOLYSIS IN VERTEBROBASILAR OCCLUSION

      American journal of neuroradiology
    50. DONNAN GA; DAVIS SM; CHAMBERS BR; GATES PC; HANKEY GJ; MCNEIL JJ; ROSEN D; STEWARTWYNNE EG; TUCK RR
      STREPTOKINASE FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE WITH RELATIONSHIP TO TIME OF ADMINISTRATION

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    51. WOOD L
      THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE STROKE

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    52. ADAMS HP; BROTT TG; FURLAN AJ; GOMEZ CR; GROTTA J; HELGASON CM; KWIATKOWSKI T; LYDEN PD; MARLER JR; TORNER J; FEINBERG W; MAYBERG M; THIES W
      GUIDELINES FOR THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY FOR ACUTE STROKE - A SUPPLEMENT TO THE GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - A STATEMENT FOR HEALTH-CARE-PROFESSIONALS FROM A SPECIAL-WRITING-GROUP OF THE STROKE-COUNCIL, AMERICAN-HEART-ASSOCIATION

      Stroke
    53. TROUILLAS P; NIGHOGHOSSIAN N; GETENET JC; RICHE G; NEUSCHWANDER P; FROMENT JC; TURJMAN F; JIN JX; MALICIER D; FOURNIER G; GABRY AL; LEDOUX X; DEREX L; BERTHEZENE Y; ADELEINE P; XIE J; FFRENCH P; DECHAVANNE M
      OPEN TRIAL OF INTRAVENOUS TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR IN ACUTE CAROTID TERRITORY STROKE - CORRELATIONS OF OUTCOME WITH CLINICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL DATA

      Stroke
    54. TILLEY BC; MARLER J; GELLER NL; LU M; LEGLER J; BROTT T; LYDEN P; GROTTA J
      USE OF A GLOBAL TEST FOR MULTIPLE OUTCOMES IN STROKE TRIALS WITH APPLICATION TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS AND STROKET-PA STROKE TRIAL

      Stroke
    55. MOULIN T; CATTIN F; CREPINLEBLOND T; TATU L; CHAVOT D; PIOTIN M; VIEL JF; RUMBACH L; BONNEVILLE JF
      EARLY CT SIGNS IN ACUTE MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY INFARCTION - PREDICTIVE VALUE FOR SUBSEQUENT INFARCT LOCATIONS AND OUTCOME

      Neurology
    56. DIENER HC; HACKE W
      THROMBOLYSIS IN STROKES

      Der Internist
    57. BOWES MP; ZIVIN JA; THOMAS GR; THIBODEAUX H; FAGAN SC
      ACUTE HYPERTENSION, BUT NOT THROMBOLYSIS, INCREASES THE INCIDENCE ANDSEVERITY OF HEMORRHAGIC TRANSFORMATION FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL STROKE IN RABBITS

      Experimental neurology
    58. CASTILLO J; MARTINEZVILA E; NAVEIRO J; VAZQUEZ C
      THROMBOLYSIS AND NEUROPROTECTION IN BRAIN ISCHEMIA - FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

      Revista Clinica Espanola
    59. ADAMS HP; BROTT TG; FURLAN AJ; GOMEZ CR; GROTTA J; HELGASON CM; KWIATKOWSKI T; LYDEN PD; MARLER JR; TORNER J; FEINBERG W; MAYBERG M; THIES W
      GUIDELINES FOR THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY FOR ACUTE STROKE - A SUPPLEMENT TO THE GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - A STATEMENT FOR HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALS FROM A SPECIAL WRITING GROUP OF THE STROKE COUNCIL, AMERICAN-HEART-ASSOCIATION

      Circulation
    60. BROWN J; BERNSTEIN M
      ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH STROKE SYMPTOMS - GUIDELINESFOR FAMILY PHYSICIANS

      Canadian family physician
    61. BROTT T
      THROMBOLYSIS FOR STROKE

      Archives of neurology
    62. GROTTA J
      RODENT MODELS OF STROKE LIMITATIONS - WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM RECENT CLINICAL-TRIALS OF THROMBOLYSIS

      Archives of neurology
    63. TAKASAGO T; TSUHA M; NAGATSUGU Y; WAKUTA Y; YAMASHITA T
      EFFECTS OF ACUTE PERCUTANEOUS TRANSLUMINAL RECANALIZATION ON CEREBRALEMBOLISM

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    64. BOYSEN G; OVERGAARD K
      THROMBOLYSIS IN ISCHEMIC STROKE - HOW FAR FROM A CLINICAL BREAKTHROUGH

      Journal of internal medicine
    65. HUND E; GRAU A; HACKE W
      NEUROCRITICAL CARE FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Neurologic clinics
    66. BOYSEN G
      OVERVIEW ON THROMBOLYSIS IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Fibrinolysis
    67. GROSS CE; RAYMOND SJ; HOWARD DB; BEDNAR MM
      DELAYED TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR THERAPY IN A RABBIT MODEL OF THROMBOEMBOLIC STROKE

      Neurosurgery
    68. YENARI MA; PALMER JT; BRACCI PM; STEINBERG GK
      THROMBOLYSIS WITH TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR (TPA) IS TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT

      Thrombosis research
    69. PEREZTREPICHIO AD; XUE M; NG TC; MAJORS AW; FURLAN AJ; AWAD IA; JONES SC
      SENSITIVITY OF MAGNETIC-RESONANCE DIFFUSION-WEIGHTED IMAGING AND REGIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE APPARENT DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENT AND CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN RAT FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA

      Stroke
    70. MARLER JR; BROTT T; BRODERICK J; KOTHARI R; ODONOGHUE M; BARSAN W; TOMSICK T; SPILKER J; MILLER R; SAUERBECK L; JARRELL J; KELLY J; PERKINS T; MCDONALD T; RORICK M; HICKEY C; ARMITAGE J; PERRY C; THALINGER K; RHUDE R; SCHILL J; BECKER PS; HEATH RS; ADAMS D; REED R; KLEI M; HUGHES S; ANTHONY J; BAUDENDISTEL D; ZADICOFF C; RYMER M; BETTINGER I; LAUBINGER P; SCHMERLER M; MEIROSE G; LYDEN P; RAPP K; BABCOCK T; DAUM P; PERSONA D; BRODY M; JACKSON C; LEWIS S; LISS J; MAHDAVI Z; ROTHROCK J; TOM T; ZWEIFLER R; DUNFORD J; ZIVIN J; KOBAYASHI R; KUNIN J; LICHT J; ROWEN R; STEIN D; GRISOLIA J; MARTIN F; CHAPLIN E; KAPLITZ N; NELSON J; NEUREN A; SILVER D; CHIPPENDALE T; DIAMOND E; LOBATZ M; MURPHY D; ROSENBERG D; RUEL T; SADOFF M; SCHIM J; SCHLEIMER J; ATKINSON R; WENTWORTH D; CUMMINGS R; FRINK R; HEUBLEIN P; GROTTA JC; DEGRABA T; FISHER M; RAMIREZ A; HANSON S; MORGENSTERN L; SILLS C; PASTEUR W; YATSU F; ANDREWS K; VILLARCORDOVA C; PEPE P; BRATINA P; GREENBERG L; ROZEK S; SIMMONS K; KWIATKOWSKI TG; HOROWITZ SH; LIBMAN R; KANNER R; SILVERMAN R; LAMANTIA J; MEALIE C; DUARTE R; DONNARUMMA R; OKOLA M; CULLIN V; MITCHELL E; LEVINE SR; LEWANDOWSKI CA; TOKARSKI G; RAMADAN NM; MITSIAS P; GORMAN M; ZAROWITZ B; KOKKINOS J; DAYNO J; VERRO P; GYMNOPOULOS C; DAFER R; DOLHABERRIAGUE L; SAWAYA K; DALEY S; MITCHELL M; FRANKEL M; MACKAY B; BARCH C; BRAIMAH J; FAHERTY B; MACDONALD J; SAILOR S; COOK A; KARP H; NGUYEN B; WASHINGTON J; WEISSMAN J; WILLIAMS M; WILLIAMSON T; KOZINN M; HELLWICK L; HALEY EC; BLECK TP; CAIL WS; LINDBECK GH; GRANNER MA; WOLF SS; GWYNN MW; METTETAL RW; CHANG CWJ; SOLENSKI NJ; BROCK DG; FORD GF; KONGABLE GL; PARKS KN; WILKINSON SS; DAVIS MK; SHEPPARD GL; ZONTINE DW; GUSTIN KH; CROWE NM; MASSEY SL; MEYER M; GAINES K; PAYNE A; BALES C; MALCOLM J; BARLOW R; WILSON M; CAPE C; BERTORINI T; MISULIS K; PAULSEN W; SHEPARD D; TILLEY BC; WELCH KMA; FAGAN SC; LU M; PATEL S; MASHA E; VERTER J; BOURA J; MAIN J; GORDON L; MADDY N; CHOCIEMSKI T; WINDHAM J; ZADEH HS; ALVES W; KELLER MF; WENZEL JR; RAMAN N; CANTWELL L; WARREN A; SMITH K; BAILEY E; WELCH KMA; TILLEY BC; FROEHLICH J; BREED J; EASTON JD; HALLENBECK JF; LAN G; MARSH JD; WALKER MD
      TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      The New England journal of medicine
    71. ALBERTS MJ; LYDEN PD; ZIVIN JA; BROTT TJ; BRASS LM
      EMERGENCY BRAIN RESUSCITATION

      Annals of internal medicine
    72. OVERGAARD K; SEREGHY T; PEDERSEN H; BOYSEN G
      EFFECT OF DELAYED THROMBOLYSIS WITH RT-PA IN A RAT EMBOLIC STROKE MODEL

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    73. DELZOPPO GJ; HIGASHIDA RT; FURLAN AJ
      THE CASE FOR A PHASE-III TRIAL OF CEREBRAL INTRAARTERIAL FIBRINOLYSIS

      American journal of neuroradiology
    74. GRESS DR
      STROKE - REVOLUTION IN THERAPY

      Western journal of medicine
    75. TERADA T; YOKOTE H; TSUURA M; KINOSHITA Y; HAYASHI Y; ITAKURA T; KOMAI N
      TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR THROMBOLYSIS AND TRANSLUMINAL ANGIOPLASTY IN THE TREATMENT OF BASILAR ARTERY THROMBOSIS - CASE-REPORT

      Surgical neurology
    76. GOLDSTEIN LB
      SAMPLE-SIZE CALCULATIONS FOR CLINICAL-TRIALS USING THE NIH STROKE SCALE

      Stroke
    77. HAMILTON MG; LEE JS; CUMMINGS PJ; ZABRAMSKI JM
      A COMPARISON OF INTRAARTERIAL AND INTRAVENOUS TISSUE-TYPE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR ON AUTOLOGOUS ARTERIAL EMBOLI IN THE CEREBRAL-CIRCULATION OF RABBITS

      Stroke
    78. LEVY DE; BROTT TG; HALEY EC; MARLER JR; SHEPPARD GL; BARSAN W; BRODERICK JP
      FACTORS RELATED TO INTRACRANIAL HEMATOMA FORMATION IN PATIENTS RECEIVING TISSUE-TYPE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Stroke
    79. UEDA T; HATAKEYAMA T; KUMON Y; SAKAKI S; URAOKA T
      EVALUATION OF RISK OF HEMORRHAGIC TRANSFORMATION IN LOCAL INTRAARTERIAL THROMBOLYSIS IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE BY INITIAL SPECT

      Stroke
    80. WITYK RJ; PESSIN MS; KAPLAN RF; CAPLAN LR
      SERIAL ASSESSMENT OF ACUTE STROKE USING THE NIH STROKE SCALE

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