Stroke Part II: Clinical manifestations and pathogenesis: by Marc Fisher

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2004). 2. Other tests and evaluation Further testing is aimed at confirming the source of the ischemia and the suitability of the patients for specific therapies. In patients suspected of having a TIA of anterior (carotid) distribution, evaluation of the degree of carotid stenosis should be performed urgently because endarterectomy can reduce the high risk of stroke in patients with severe stenosis. The established gold standard for evaluation of carotid stenosis is catheter angiography, or digital subtraction angiography (DSA).

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