Venous Information in CT-Based Stroke Selection: The Only Way Out Is Through

Acute stroke treatment with thrombectomy for patients with large vessel occlusion (LVO)1 improves patient outcomes through successful reperfusion. Application of thrombectomy requires identification of favorable candidates. A number of well-described imaging characteristics identify favorable as opposed to unfavorable candidates for thrombectomy,2,3 but predictors of procedural success are less well defined.

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