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Percutaneous Treatment of Recurrent Stroke Caused by a Cardiac Foreign Body: A Case Report

Ryu J, Kim JS, Seo J

We present a case of recurrent ischemic stroke in a 68-year-old man with a linear foreign body in the right atrium and ventricle and a patent foramen ovale (PFO). The...
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Successful Bilateral Re-Stenting of Re-Stenosis after Carotid Artery Stenting in a Patient with Radiation-Induced Carotid Stenosis

Kim Tw, Kim EJ, Woo HG, Park Si, Ha SH, Heo SH

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Reversal of a Large Ischemic Lesion with Low Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Value by Rapid Spontaneous Recanalization

Choi BJ, Ok T, Choi Y, Lee KY

Cytotoxic edema at the site of a lesion following cerebral infarction is shown as a high signal on diffusion-weighted imaging, with a corresponding decreased apparent diffusion coefficient value on magnetic...
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Acute cerebral infarction combined with a thyroid storm in a patient with both Moyamoya syndrome and Graves’ disease

Gill JH, Nam TK, Jung HK, Jang KM, Choi HH, Park YS, Kwon JT

Moyamoya syndrome (MMS) associated with hyperthyroidism, such as Graves’ disease, is a rare condition that causes ischemic stroke with thyrotoxicity. A 43-year-old woman with symptoms of right hemiparesis was admitted....
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Endovascular Treatment for Posterior Circulation Stroke: Ways to Maximize Therapeutic Efficacy

Lee SJ, Hong JM, Kim JS, Lee JS

The efficacy of endovascular treatment (EVT) in patients with posterior circulation stroke has not been proven. Two recent randomized controlled trials failed to show improved functional outcomes after EVT for...
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Rare Case of Bilateral Medial Medullary Infarctions without Classical Triad

Lee J, Choi Y, Kim SJ, Lee J, Lee Jh, Bae J, Song HK, Kim Y

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Recurrent Cerebral Infarction Associated with Uterine Adenomyosis

Park KS, Ahn SH, Park MG, Park KP

Uterine adenomyosis, which is known as a benign gynecological disease, can induce hypercoagulable state and be an uncommon cause of cerebral thromboembolism, as cerebral infarction is common in patients with...
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Multiple Cerebral infarction Associated with Heat Stroke

Song YM

Heat stroke is a condition of severe heat injury characterized by hyperthermia, multiorgan failure and central nervous system dysfunction. A 79-year-old woman was brought to our hospital in a semicomatose...
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Endovascular Treatment of Large Vessel Occlusion Strokes Due to Intracranial Atherosclerotic Disease

Lee JS, Lee SJ, Hong JM, Alverne FJAM, Lima FO, Nogueira RG

Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) has become the gold-standard for patients with acute large vessel occlusion strokes (LVOS). MT is highly effective in the treatment of embolic occlusions; however, underlying intracranial atherosclerotic...
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Carotid Vessel Wall MRI Findings in Acute Cerebral Infarction Caused by Polycythemia Vera: A Case Report

Park JK, Lee EJ, Kim DE, Lee HJ

Polycythemia vera (PV) is a rare myeloproliferative disease that causes elevated absolute red blood cell (RBC) mass due to uncontrolled RBC production. Moreover, this condition has been associated with a...
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Urine Protein Levels Predict Future Development of Cerebral Infarction in Koreans

Lee SM, Ha E, Ryoo JH

Purpose: Proteinuria is a clinical sign of adverse cardiovascular outcomes, including stroke. We aimed to assess the relationship between proteinuria and the occurrence of cerebral infarction. Materials and Methods: In total,...
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Outcomes of Mechanical Thrombectomy in Patients with Large Diffusion-Weighted Imaging Lesions

Cho YH, Choi JH

Objective : Despite many advancements in endovascular treatment, the benefits of mechanical thrombectomy (MT) in patients with large infarctions remain uncertain due to hemorrhagic complications. Therefore, we aimed to investigate...
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Intractable Progressive Cerebral Infarction with Multiple Atypical Aneurysms in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Lee J, Kim HY, Kim YS, Bae SC, Lee JY, Lee YJ

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Cerebral Infarction Caused by Direct Cardiac Tumor Emboli Mixed with Thrombus

You HL, Kim HJ, Jung HJ, Park KY, Oh ST, Chang JY

Cerebral infarction in cancer patients is often caused by thrombosis due to hypercoagulability, and in some cases, caused by direct tumor embolism. We report the case of cerebral infarction due...
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A Neurotoxocariasis Case Manifesting Multiple Cerebral Infarction and Eosinophilic Meningoencephalitis

Kang S, Park J, Jeong HJ, Joo JJ, Kim S

Although Toxocara canis is known to cross the blood-brain barrier, central nervous system involvement is uncommon. Clinical manifestations vary and include cerebral infarction, meningoencephalitis, myelitis, vasculitis or seizure. However cerebral...
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Cerebral Artery Stenosis in a Young Stroke Patient with Eales’ Disease

Kim HH, Lee KM, Heo SH

Eales’ disease is an idiopathic disorder induced by ischemic retinal vasculitis, usually affecting the peripheral retina. We encountered a young patient diagnosed as cerebral infarction with a history of Eales’...
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Hyperintense Vessel Sign in Large-Vessel Occlusion Stroke of Mild-to-Moderate Severity Ineligible for Recanalization

Ryu WS, Yoon HS, Jeong SW, Kim DE

Background and Purpose The impact of fluid-attenuated inversion recovery hyperintense vessels (FHVs) on outcomes in patients ineligible for recanalization therapy with large-vessel occlusion (LVO) is unclear. We investigated the impact of...
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Migrainous Infarction with Adjacent Cortical Enhancement

Yoon IH, Yun SH, Song YM

A 26-year old woman developed left homonymous superior quadrantanopia followed by severe pulsating headache with vomiting. Thereafter, she experienced recurrent left hemiparesis and paresthesia with or without headache. Brain magnetic...
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Cardiac Papillary Fibroelastoma in Left Ventricular Trabeculation as a Potential Cause of Cerebral Infarction: A Case Report

Im J, Kim DS

Cardiac papillary fibroelastoma (CPF) is the second or third most common primary cardiac tumor. Although histologically benign, it can cause serious symptoms depending on its location of occurrence, size, and...
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Two Cases of Cerebral Infarction after Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Jo KH, Seo YS, Kwon JH, Kim JY

Perioperative stroke is one of the most fatal complications for patients as well as for doctors. It is defined as a brain infarction or hemorrhage, occurring during or within 30...
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