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When is multimodal imaging necessary?
World Stroke Academy. Fiehler J. Feb 27, 2017; 170247
Jens Fiehler
Jens Fiehler
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After completion of this module the user will:


 

1. be aware of the potential benefit of advanced imaging selection for stroke patients
2. know the most common imaging techniques for stroke in past published randomised controlled trials
3. understand possible clinical applications of multi-modal imaging techniques

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