Stenting and Angioplasty in Neurothrombectomy: Matched Analysis of Rescue Intracranial Stenting Versus Failed Thrombectomy Article (Faculty180)

cited authors

  • Mohammaden, Ma H; Haussen, Diogo C; Al-Bayati, Alhamza R; Hassan, Ameer; Tekle, Wondwossen; Fifi, Johanna; Matsoukas, Stavros; Kuybu, Okkes; Gross, Br A; Lang, Michael J; Narayanan, Sandra; Cortez, Gustavo M; Hanel, Ric A; Aghaebrahim, Amin; Sauvageau, Eric; Farooqui, Mudassir; Ortega-Gutierrez, Santiago; Zevallos, Cynthia; Galecio-Castillo, Milagros; Sheth, Sunil A; Nahhas, Michael; Salazar-Marioni, Sergio; Nguyen, Tha N; Abdalkader, Mohamad; Klein, Piers; Hafeez, Muhammad; Kan, Peter; Tanweer, Omar; Khaldi, Ahmad; Li, Hanzhou; Jumaa, Mouhammad; Zaidi, Syed; Oliver, Marion; Salem, Mohamed M M; Burkhardt, Jan- K; Pukenas, Bry A; Alaraj, Ali; Peng, Sophia; Kumar, Rahul; Lai, Michael; Siegler, James; Nogueira, Raul G


  • Successful reperfusion is one of the strongest predictors of functional outcomes after mechanical thrombectomy (MT). Despite continuous advancements in MT technology and techniques, reperfusion failure still occurs in ≈15% to 30% of patients with large vessel occlusion strokes undergoing MT. We aim to evaluate the safety and efficacy of rescue intracranial stenting for large vessel occlusion stroke after failed MT.

publication date

  • 2022

published in

start page

  • 2779

end page

  • 2788


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