Stroke Journal Webinars

 
Stroke Journal Webinar 13: Translational, Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Please select to enroll and view the Stroke Journal Webinar 13: Translational, Vascular Cognitive Impairment. This course does not offer CME/CE credit
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 14: Sex Differences in Stroke
Please select to enroll and view the Stroke Journal Webinar 14: Sex Differences in Stroke. This course does not offer CME/CE credit
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 15: Stroke Genetics
Please select to enroll and view the Stroke Journal Webinar 15: Stroke Genetics. This course does not offer CME/CE credit
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 16: Advances in Stroke Rehabilitation: From Axon to Zumba
The natural history in stroke survivors is for recovery to begin shortly after the stroke occurs and to then continue over months and years. The extent of recovery varies considerably amongst individual patients and certain functions, i.e. motor...
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 17:Cervical Artery Dissection
Carotid and vertebral artery dissections are common causes of ischemic stroke in younger patients. They may be caused by local trauma but in many cases an etiology cannot be established. MRI studies can clearly delineate the presence of a...
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 18: Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndromes (RCVS) and Its Mimics
Reversible cerebral vasoconstrictive syndrome is a neurological disorder with many manifestations that needs to be considered in younger patients with thunderclap headache and focal neurological deficits. It must be differentiated from vasculitis...
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 19: What’s New in Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis?
Asymptomatic carotid stenosis (ACS) is a frequently encountered clinical problem. The best approach for treating ACS varies among individual patients but includes high intensity medical therapy, carotid endarterectomy and carotid stenting. New...
Accreditation: AHA
Stroke Journal Webinar 20: Evaluation of Cryptogenic Stroke: Pursuit of Cause, Therapeutic Implications
Cryptogenic stroke represents about 25% of the total for ischemic stroke patients in whom a precise etiology cannot be determined despite a complete initial workup. In many cryptogenic stroke patients, atrial fibrillation is the suspected etiology...
Accreditation: AHA