Controversial aspects in the treatment of acute stroke
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Professor Hugh Markus (Head of Stroke and Dementia Research Centre, St George's, University of London) looks at the management of controversial areas of acute stroke, such as posterior stroke. He explores the various options available in this area and disagrees with some of the NICE guidelines on the subject.
This lecture was filmed at the event: 'Stroke services: Controversies in management and service delivery.'
Date of Lecture: 3rd November 2011.
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