Reperfusion Without Functional Independence in Late Presentation of Stroke With Large Vessel Occlusion Article (Faculty180)

cited authors

  • Seker, Fatih; Qureshi, Muhammad M M; Möhlenbruch, M A; Nogueira, Raul G; Abdalkader, Mohamad; Ribo, Marc; Caparros, Francois; Haussen, Diogo C; Mohammaden, Ma H; Sheth, Sunil A; Ortega-Gutierrez, Santiago; Siegler, Jam E; Zaidi, Syed F; Olive-Gadea, Marta; Henon, Hilde; Castonguay, Ali C; Nannoni, Stefania; Kaesmacher, Johannes; Puri, Ajit S; Farooqui, Mudassir; Salazar-Marioni, Sergio; Kuhn, Anna L; Kiley, Nico L; Farzin, Behzad; Boisseau, William; Masoud, H E; Lopez, Carlos Y; Rana, Ameena; Abdul Kareem, Samer; Sathya, Anvitha; Klein, Piers; Kassem, Mohammad W; Cordonnier, Charlotte; Gralla, Jan; Fischer, Urs; Michel, Patrik; Strambo, Davide; Jovin, Tudor G; Raymond, Jean; Zaidat, Osama O O; Ringleb, Peter A; Nguyen, Tha N; Nagel, Simon


  • Reperfusion without functional independence (RFI) is an undesired outcome following thrombectomy in acute ischemic stroke. The primary objective was to evaluate, in patients presenting with proximal anterior circulation occlusion stroke in the extended time window, whether selection with computed tomography (CT) perfusion or magnetic resonance imaging is associated with RFI, mortality, or symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage (sICH) compared with noncontrast CT selected patients.

publication date

  • 2022

published in

start page

  • 3594

end page

  • 3604


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