Cerebrovascular Disease
Submission Deadline: Jul. 15, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Maria Sofia Cotelli
asst valcamonica Neurology Unit, Esine, Brescia, Italy
Guest Editors
  • Marinella Turla
    Asst Valcamonica-Esine, Brescia, Italy
  • Marta Bianchi
    Asst Valcamonica-Esine, Brescia, Italy
    ASST-FRANCIACORTA CHIARI, Esine, Brescia, Italy
  • Roberto Furloni
    Asst Valcamonica-Esine, Brescia, Italy
  • Filippo Manelli
    Asst Valcamonica-Esine, Brescia, Italy
  • Patrizia Civelli
    Asst Valcamonica-Esine, Brescia, Italy
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Ischemic stroke (IS) accounts for 85% of all cerebrovascular diseases and remains a major cause of death and severe disability worldwide.1 It is caused by transient or permanent Ischemia of brain tissue due to arterial stenosis or occlusion, with an estimated loss of two millions of neurons for every minute of delay in reperfusion therapies.2 IS represents therefore a medical emergency requiring prompt recognition and treatment within a narrow time window. Aim of this topic is to focus on all aspect of stroke, from acute phases in the department of emergency and stroke unit (remembering that “time is brain”) to prognosis, without forgetting rehabilitation. We also want to focus on prevention and possible risk factors for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.

Aims and Scope:

  1. prevention
  2. time is brain
  3. treatment
  4. prognosis
  5. stroke unit
  6. rehabilitation
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