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|Visibility of CT Early Ischemic Change Is Significantly Associated with Time from Stroke Onset to Baseline Scan beyond the First 3 Hours of Stroke Onset|
|Jian Gao, Mark W. Parsons, Hiroyuki Kawano, Christopher R. Levi, Tiffany-Jane Evans, Longting Lin, Andrew Bivard|
J Stroke. 2017;19(3):340-346. Published online September 29, 2017
Visibility of CT Early Ischemic Change Is Significantly Associated with Time from Stroke Onset to Baseline Scan beyond the First 3 Hours of Stroke Onset
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