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    1. Yoneda, Y; Mori, E; Uehara, T; Yamada, O; Tabuchi, M
      Referral and care for acute ischemic stroke in a Japanese tertiary emergency hospital

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    2. von Koch, L; de Pedro-Cuesta, J; Kostulas, V; Almazan, J; Holmqvist, LW
      Randomized controlled trial of rehabilitation at home after stroke: One-year follow-up of patient outcome, resource use and cost

      CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES
    3. Holloway, RG; Vickrey, BG; Benesch, C; Hinchey, JA; Bieber, J
      Development of performance measures for acute ischemic stroke

      STROKE
    4. Glader, EL; Stegmayr, B; Johansson, L; Hulter-Asberg, K; Wester, PO
      Differences in long-term outcome between patients treated in stroke units and in general wards - A 2-year follow-up of stroke patients in Sweden

      STROKE
    5. Gillum, LA; Johnston, SC
      Characteristics of academic medical centers and ischemic stroke outcomes

      STROKE
    6. Roffe, C; Sills, S; Wilde, K; Crome, P
      Effect of hemiparetic stroke on pulse oximetry readings on the affected side

      STROKE
    7. Grieve, R; Hutton, J; Bhalla, A; Rastenyte, D; Ryglewicz, D; Sarti, C; Lamassa, M; Giroud, M; Dundas, R; Wolfe, CDA
      A comparison of the costs and survival of hospital-admitted stroke patients across Europe

      STROKE
    8. Kidwell, CS; Liebeskind, DS; Starkman, S; Saver, JL
      Trends in acute ischemic stroke trials through the 20th century

      STROKE
    9. Chalela, JA; Katzan, I; Liebeskind, DS; Rasmussen, P; Zaidat, O; Suarez, JI; Chiu, D; Klucznick, RP; Jauch, E; Cucchiara, BL; Saver, J; Kasner, SE
      Safety of intra-arterial thrombolysis in the postoperative period

      STROKE
    10. Weir, N; Dennis, MS
      Towards a national system for monitoring the quality of hospital-based stroke services

      STROKE
    11. Koennecke, HC; Nohr, R; Leistner, S; Marx, P
      Intravenous tPA for ischemic stroke team performance over time, safety, and efficacy in a single-center, 2-year experience

      STROKE
    12. Gibbs, RGJ; Newson, R; Lawrenson, R; Greenhalgh, RM; Davies, AH
      Diagnosis and initial management of stroke and transient ischemic attack across UK health regions from 1992 to 1996 - Experience of a national primary care database

      STROKE
    13. Handschu, R; Garling, A; Heuschmann, PU; Kolominsky-Rabas, PL; Erbguth, F; Neundorfer, B
      Acute stroke management in the local general hospital

      STROKE
    14. Briggs, DE; Felberg, RA; Malkoff, MD; Bratina, P; Grotta, JC
      Should mild or moderate stroke patients be admitted to an intensive care unit?

      STROKE
    15. Lamassa, M; Di Carlo, A; Pracucci, G; Basile, AM; Trefoloni, G; Vanni, P; Spolveri, S; Baruffi, MC; Landini, G; Ghetti, A; Wolfe, CDA; Inzitari, D
      Characteristics, outcome, and care of stroke associated with atrial fibrillation in Europe - Data from a multicenter multinational hospital-based registry (the European Community Stroke Project)

      STROKE
    16. Georgiadis, D; Schwarz, S; Kollmar, R; Schwab, S
      Endovascular cooling for moderate hypothermia in patients with acute stroke - First results of a novel approach

      STROKE
    17. Fisher, CM
      A career in cerebrovascular disease - A personal account

      STROKE
    18. Diener, HC; Ringelstein, EB; von Kummer, R; Langohr, HD; Bewermeyer, H; Landgraf, H; Hennerici, M; Welzel, D; Grave, M; Brom, J; Weidinger, G
      Treatment of acute ischemic stroke with the low-molecular-weight heparin certoparin: Results of the TOPAS trial

      STROKE
    19. Caro, JJ; Huybrechts, KF; Kelley, HE
      Predicting treatment costs after acute ischemic stroke on the basis of patient characteristics at presentation and early dysfunction

      STROKE
    20. Adams, HP
      Treatment of acute ischemic stroke: Selecting the right treatment for the right patient

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    21. Ogasawara, K; Ogawa, A; Doi, M; Konno, H; Suzuki, M; Yoshimoto, T
      Prediction of acute embolic stroke outcome after local intraarterial thrombolysis: Value of pretreatment and posttreatment Tc-99m-ethyl cysteinate dimer single photon emission computed tomography

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    22. Gordon, DL
      The Mississippi Stroke Education Consortium: A state-based template to promote stroke awareness, prevention and emergency treatment

      NEUROEPIDEMIOLOGY
    23. Cauraugh, J; Light, K; Kim, S; Thigpen, M; Behrman, A
      Chronic motor dysfunction after stroke - Recovering wrist and finger extension by electromyography-triggered neuromuscular stimulation

      STROKE
    24. Anderson, C; Rubenach, S; Mhurchu, CN; Clark, M; Spencer, C; Winsor, A
      Home or hospital for stroke rehabilitation? Results of a randomized controlled trial - I: Health outcomes at 6 months

      STROKE
    25. Anderson, C; Mhurchu, CN; Rubenach, S; Clark, M; Spencer, C; Winsor, A
      Home or hospital for stroke rehabilitation? Results of a randomized controlled trial - II: Cost minimization analysis at 6 months

      STROKE
    26. Andersen, HE; Schultz-Larsen, K; Kreiner, S; Forchhammer, BH; Eriksen, K; Brown, A
      Can readmission after stroke be prevented? Results of a randomized clinical study: A postdischarge follow-up service for stroke survivors

      STROKE
    27. Caro, JJ; Huybrechts, KF; Duchesne, I
      Management patterns and costs of acute ischemic stroke - An international study

      STROKE
    28. Hillen, T; Dundas, R; Lawrence, E; Stewart, JA; Rudd, AG; Wolfe, CDA
      Antithrombotic and antihypertensive management 3 months after ischemic stroke - A prospective study in an inner city population

      STROKE
    29. Indredavik, B; Fjaertoft, H; Ekeberg, G; Loge, AD; Morch, B
      Benefit of an extended stroke unit service with early supported discharge - A randomized, controlled trial

      STROKE
    30. Fagerberg, B; Claesson, L; Gosman-Hedstrom, G; Blomstrand, C
      Effect of acute stroke unit care integrated with care continuum versus conventional treatment: A randomized 1-year study of elderly patients - The Goteborg 70+ stroke study

      STROKE
    31. Krueger, K; Kugel, H; Grond, M; Thiel, A; Maintz, D; Lackner, K
      Late resolution of diffusion-weighted MRI changes in a patient with prolonged reversible ischemic neurological deficit after thrombolytic therapy

      STROKE
    32. Holmqvist, LW; von Koch, L; de Pedro-Cuesta, J
      Use of healthcare, impact on family caregivers and patient satisfaction ofrehabilitation at home after stroke in southwest Stockholm

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
    33. Bugge, C; Alexander, H; Hagen, S
      Stroke patients' informal caregivers - Patient, caregiver, and service factors that affect caregiver strain

      STROKE
    34. Indredavik, B; Bakke, F; Slordahl, SA; Rokseth, R; Haheim, LL
      Stroke unit treatment - 10-Year follow-up

      STROKE
    35. Holloway, RG; Benesch, CG; Rahilly, CR; Courtright, CE
      A systematic review of cost-effectiveness research of stroke evaluation and treatment

      STROKE
    36. Indredavik, B; Bakke, F; Slordahl, SA; Rokseth, R; Haheim, LL
      Treatment in a combined acute and rehabilitation stroke unit - Which aspects are most important?

      STROKE
    37. Jorgensen, HS; Kammersgaard, LP; Nakayama, H; Raaschou, HO; Larsen, K; Hubbe, P; Olsen, TS
      Treatment and rehabilitation on a stroke unit improves 5-year survival - Acommunity-based study

      STROKE
    38. Diringer, MN; Edwards, DF; Mattson, DT; Akins, PT; Sheedy, CW; Hsu, CY; Dromerick, AW
      Predictors of acute hospital costs for treatment of ischemic stroke in an academic center

      STROKE
    39. Beech, R; Rudd, AG; Tilling, K; Wolfe, CDA
      Economic consequences of early inpatient discharge to community-based rehabilitation for stroke in an inner-London teaching hospital

      STROKE
    40. Albers, GW; Clark, WM; Atkinson, RP; Madden, K; Data, JL; Whitehouse, MJ
      Dose escalation study of the NMDA glycine-site antagonist licostinel in acute ischemic stroke

      STROKE
    41. Lansberg, MG; Tong, DC; Norbash, AM; Yenari, MA; Moseley, ME
      Intra-arterial rtPA treatment of stroke assessed by diffusion- and perfusion-weighted MRI

      STROKE
    42. Levine, SR; Gorman, M
      "TeleStroke" - The application of telemedicine for stroke

      STROKE
    43. Conroy, MB; Rodriguez, SU; Kimmel, SE; Kasner, SE
      Helicopter transfer offers a potential benefit to patients with acute stroke

      STROKE
    44. Rodgers, H; Atkinson, C; Bond, S; Suddes, M; Dobson, R; Curless, R
      Randomized controlled trial of a comprehensive stroke education program for patients and caregivers

      STROKE
    45. Ronning, OM; Guldvog, B
      Should stroke victims routinely receive supplemental oxygen? A quasi-randomized controlled trial

      STROKE
    46. Wester, P; Radberg, J; Lundgren, B; Peltonen, M
      Factors associated with delayed admission to hospital and in-hospital delays in acute stroke and TIA - A prospective, multicenter study

      STROKE
    47. Heller, R; O'Connell, R; Lim, L; Aggrawal, A; Noguira, A; Salis, LHA; Wang, JL; Wang, Q; Kuaban, C; Muna, W; Khedr, S; Prasad, K; Joshi, P; John, KR; Mathai, D; Roxas, A; Donaldo, M; Poungvarin, N; Silberberg, D; Pack, A; Pelak, V; Matenga, J
      Variation in in-patient stroke management in ten centres in different countries: The INCLEN multicentre stroke collaboration

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    48. Ardern-Holmes, SL; Raman, R; Anderson, NE; Charleston, AJ; Bennett, P
      Opinion of New Zealand physicians on management of acute ischaemic stroke:results of a national survey

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    49. LAU F; PENN A; WILSON D; NOSEWORTHY T; VINCENT D; DOZE S
      THE DIFFUSION OF AN EVIDENCE-BASED DISEASE GUIDANCE-SYSTEM FOR MANAGING STROKE

      International journal of medical informatics
    50. BERROUSCHOT J; BARTHEL H; HESSE S; KOSTER J; KNAPP WH; SCHNEIDER D
      DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC ATTACK AND ISCHEMIC STROKEWITHIN THE FIRST 6 HOURS AFTER ONSET OF SYMPTOMS BY USING TC-99M-ECD-SPECT

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    51. 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
    52. REIMER WJMSO; DEHAAN RJ; RIJNDERS PT; LIMBURG M; VANDENBOS GAM
      THE BURDEN OF CAREGIVING IN PARTNERS OF LONG-TERM STROKE SURVIVORS

      Stroke
    53. DONNAN G; ADAMS H; AHMAD S; ANDERSON N; AQUINO A; BHARUCHA N; DAVIS S; GUNAWAN D; KAY R; LISHENG L; NG W; NORRIS J; ORLEY J; RAMANI N; SMARELLI F; STEWARTWYNNE T; WONG M; YAMAGUCHI T; ASPLUND K; BARNETT H; BOGOUSSLAVSKY J; BORNSTEIN N; BOYSEN G; DALAL P; EASTON J; EBRAHIM S; FRITZ V; INGALL T; KIM M; MCNEIL J; OME T; ORGOGOZO J; SILAGY C; TAN C; WARLOW C; CHAMBERS B; ANDERSON C; BLADIN C; CRIMMINS D; DEWYTT C; DUNBABIN D; FRAYNE J; GATES P; HANKEY G; ROSEN D; SMARRELLI F; VAMPATELLA M; IACUONE A
      ASIA-PACIFIC CONSENSUS FORUM ON STROKE MANAGEMENT

      Stroke
    54. NEWELL SD; ENGLERT J; BOXTAYLOR A; DAVIS KM; KOCH KE
      CLINICAL-EFFICIENCY TOOLS IMPROVE STROKE MANAGEMENT IN A RURAL SOUTHERN HEALTH SYSTEM

      Stroke
    55. VISINTIN M; BARBEAU H; KORNERBITENSKY N; MAYO NE
      A NEW APPROACH TO RETRAIN GAIT IN STROKE PATIENTS THROUGH BODY-WEIGHTSUPPORT AND TREADMILL STIMULATION

      Stroke
    56. RONNING OM; GULDVOG B
      OUTCOME OF SUBACUTE STROKE REHABILITATION - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

      Stroke
    57. RONNING OM; GULDVOG B
      STROKE UNIT VERSUS GENERAL MEDICAL WARDS, II - NEUROLOGICAL DEFICITS AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING - A QUASI-RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

      Stroke
    58. HOLMQVIST LW; VONKOCH L; KOSTULAS V; HOLM M; WIDSELL G; TEGLER H; JOHANSSON K; ALMAZAN J; DEPEDROCUESTA J
      A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF REHABILITATION AT HOME AFTER STROKE IN SOUTHWEST STOCKHOLM

      Stroke
    59. HSIA DC; MOSCOE LM; KRUSHAT M
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY AMONG MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES -1985-1996 UPDATE

      Stroke
    60. REIMER WJMSO; DEHAAN RJ; PIJNENBORG JMA; LIMBURG M; VANDENBOS GAM
      ASSESSMENT OF BURDEN IN PARTNERS OF STROKE PATIENTS WITH THE SENSE OFCOMPETENCE QUESTIONNAIRE

      Stroke
    61. DUNCAN P; RICHARDS L; WALLACE D; STOKERYATES J; POHL PP; LUCHIES C; OGLE A; STUDENSKI S
      A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED PILOT-STUDY OF A HOME-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAMFOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD AND MODERATE STROKE

      Stroke
    62. BATH FJ; OWEN VE; BATH PMW
      QUALITY OF FULL AND FINAL PUBLICATIONS REPORTING ACUTE STROKE TRIALS - A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

      Stroke
    63. 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
    64. HACKE W
      MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - IS THERE A CONSENSUS

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    65. COLLINS MJ; BAKHEIT AMO
      DOES PULSE OXIMETRY RELIABLY DETECT ASPIRATION IN DYSPHAGIC STROKE PATIENTS

      Stroke
    66. ZWEIFLER RM; DRINKARD R; CUNNINGHAM S; BRODY ML; ROTHROCK JF
      IMPLEMENTATION OF A STROKE CODE SYSTEM IN MOBILE, ALABAMA - DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC YIELD

      Stroke
    67. STEINER T; MENDOZA G; DEGEORGIA M; SCHELLINGER P; HOLLE R; HACKE W
      PROGNOSIS OF STROKE PATIENTS REQUIRING MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN A NEUROLOGICAL CRITICAL CARE UNIT

      Stroke
    68. WILKINSON PR; WOLFE CDA; WARBURTON FG; RUDD AG; HOWARD RS; ROSSRUSSELL RW; BEECH RR
      A LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF STROKE PATIENTS

      Stroke
    69. AZZIMONDI G; BASSEIN L; FIORANI L; NONINO F; MONTAGUTI U; CELIN D; RE G; DALESSANDRO R
      VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH HOSPITAL ARRIVAL TIME AFTER STROKE - EFFECTOF DELAY ON THE CLINICAL-EFFICIENCY OF EARLY TREATMENT

      Stroke
    70. MAYO NE; WOODDAUPHINEE S; GAYTON D; SCOTT SC
      NONMEDICAL BED-DAYS FOR STROKE PATIENTS ADMITTED TO ACUTE-CARE HOSPITALS IN MONTREAL, CANADA

      Stroke
    71. HOMMA S; DITULLIO MR; SACCO RL; SCIACCA RR; SMITH C; MOHR JP
      SURGICAL CLOSURE OF PATENT FORAMEN OVALE IN CRYPTOGENIC STROKE PATIENTS

      Stroke
    72. RORDORF G; CRAMER SC; EFIRD JT; SCHWAMM LH; BUONANNO F; KOROSHETZ WJ
      PHARMACOLOGICAL ELEVATION OF BLOOD-PRESSURE IN ACUTE STROKE - CLINICAL EFFECTS AND SAFETY

      Stroke
    73. ASPLUND K; BERMAN P; BLOMSTRAND C; DENNIS M; ERILA T; GARRAWAY M; HAMRIN E; HANKEY G; ILMAVIRTA M; INDREDAVIK B; KALRA L; KASTE M; LANGHORNE P; RODGERS H; SIVENIUS J; SLATTERY J; STEVENS R; SVENSSON A; WARLOW C; WILLIAMS B; WOODDAUPHINEE S; DELEO D; DRUMMOND A; FOGELHOLM R; LINCOLN N; PALOMAKI H; STRAND T; WILHELMSEN L; COUNSELL C; FRASER H
      HOW DO STROKE UNITS IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES - A COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE RANDOMIZED TRIALS

      Stroke
    74. INDREDAVIK B; SLORDAHL SA; BAKKE F; ROKSETH R; HAHEIM LL
      STROKE UNIT TREATMENT - LONG-TERM EFFECTS

      Stroke
    75. VANSTRATEN A; VANDERMEULEN JHP; VANDENBOS GAM; LIMBURG M
      LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY AND DISCHARGE DELAYS IN STROKE PATIENTS

      Stroke
    76. BATH PMW; SOO J; BUTTERWORTH RJ; KERR JE
      DO ACUTE STROKE UNITS IMPROVE CARE

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    77. WENTWORTH DA; ATKINSON RP
      IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACUTE STROKE PROGRAM DECREASES HOSPITALIZATION COSTS AND LENGTH OF STAY

      Stroke
    78. GOLDMAN RS; HARTZ AJ; LANSKA DJ; GUSE CE
      RESULTS OF A COMPUTERIZED SCREENING OF STROKE PATIENTS FOR UNJUSTIFIED HOSPITAL STAY

      Stroke
    79. FOGELHOLM R; MURROS K; RISSANEN A; ILMAVIRTA M
      FACTORS DELAYING HOSPITAL ADMISSION AFTER ACUTE STROKE

      Stroke
    80. BEECH R; RATCLIFFE M; TILLING K; WOLFE C
      HOSPITAL SERVICES FOR STROKE CARE - A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

      Stroke
    81. ALBERTS MJ; BENNETT CA; RUTLEDGE VR
      HOSPITAL CHARGES FOR STROKE PATIENTS

      Stroke
    82. WEBB DJ; FAYAD PB; WILBUR C; THOMAS A; BRASS LM
      EFFECTS OF A SPECIALIZED TEAM ON STROKE CARE - THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF THE YALE STROKE PROGRAM

      Stroke
    83. NIGHOGHOSSIAN N; TROUILLAS P; ADELEINE P; SALORD F
      HYPERBARIC-OXYGEN IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - A DOUBLE-BLIND PILOT-STUDY

      Stroke
    84. BRATINA P; GREENBERG L; PASTEUR W; GROTTA JC
      CURRENT EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT OF STROKE IN HOUSTON, TEXAS

      Stroke
    85. ALBERTS MJ
      UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL-EDUCATION FOR CEREBROVASCULAR-DISEASE

      Stroke
    86. BRASS LM; WALOVITCH RC; JOSEPH JL; LEVEILLE J; MARCHAND L; HELLMAN RS; TIKOFSKY RS; MASDEU JC; HALL KM; VANHEERTUM RL
      THE ROLE OF SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY BRAIN IMAGING WITH TC-99M-BICISATE IN THE LOCALIZATION AND DEFINITION OF MECHANISM OF ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    87. LENZI GL; GRIGOLETTO F; GENT M; ROBERTS RS; WALKER MD; EASTON JD; CAROLEI A; DORSEY FC; ROCCA WA; BRUNO R; PATARNELLO F; FIESCHI C; ARGENTINO C; TONI D; RASURA M; SACCHETTI ML; MUNTONI S; DESSI G; SANNA M; BOTTA MB; SERRI M; CANNAS P; LOI PP; CASULA MT; SENIN U; AISA G; VALIGI G; MENCULINI G; GALLAI V; GAGGIOLI AA; BRUSTENGHI PL; DELGATTO FX; DELLOMASTRO A; CARDAIOLI G; MAMOLI A; CAMERLINGO M; CASTO L; CAZZANIGA GC; FERRARO B; GALAVOTTI G; GAMBI D; AQUILONE L; VIOLA S; DANNUNZIO S; FARICELLI A; CENSONI MG; BONOMO L; DEPASCALE A; DELLIPIZZI C; STORTO ML; BOTTACCHI E; DALESSANDRO G; CARENINI L; BLANC S; DIGIOVANNI M; HOROWITZ S; ZITO J; DONNARUMMA R; KWIATKOWSKI T; PATEL M; CHEHEBAR V; GERSTENBRAND F; WILLEIT J; SCHMIDAUER C; STOCKHAMMER G; SAILER U; MAROSI M; BOGOUSSLAVSKY J; GHIKA J; VINGERHOETS F; SANCHEZ AP; CALANDRE L; FRANCH O; HOPF HC; KRAEMER G; ROTHACHER G; TETTENBORN B; SIEVERS C; INZITARI D; GINANNESCHI A; MACUCCI M; MARINONI M; BES A; GERAUD G; LARRUE V; BALAGUE JP; EINHAEUPL K; HABERL R; VILLRINGER A; DECKERT M; OTT E; PAYER F; BRAMBILLA G; SANGIOVANNI G; OLIVI E; MINALDO C; ROCCHETTI M; SANCESARIO G; MARTINAZZO C; SALVATO G; INNOCENTI A; POONIAN D; NOWOWIESKI P; BERNI F; KLEASING J; BIANCHETTI A
      EARLY TREATMENT OF STROKE WITH MONOSIALOGANGLIOSIDE GM-1 - EFFICACY AND SAFETY RESULTS OF THE EARLY STROKE TRIAL

      Stroke
    88. SCHEINBERG P
      STROKE - THE WAY THINGS REALLY ARE

      Stroke
    89. LORISH TR; SANDIN KJ; ROTH EJ; NOLL SF
      STROKE REHABILITATION .3. REHABILITATION EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    90. ALBERTS MJ; BRASS LM; PERRY A; WEBB D; DAWSON DV
      EVALUATION TIMES FOR PATIENTS WITH IN-HOSPITAL STROKES

      Stroke
    91. ODDERSON IR; MCKENNA BS
      A MODEL FOR MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH STROKE DURING THE ACUTE-PHASE- OUTCOME AND ECONOMIC-IMPLICATIONS

      Stroke


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