Researchers discover N3A receptors can reactivate following a stroke, causing neurons to become more sensitive to glutamate.
Representatives from medical societies created a multispecialty and international consensus on the metrics and benchmarks for processes of care and technical and clinical outcomes for stroke patients.
A drug prescribed for diabetes may help prevent TIA, recurring stroke and heart attacks in people with insulin resistance not associated with diabetes.
Using MRI brain scans, researchers have determined there is an association between the extent of disruption to the blood-brain barrier and the severity of bleeding following a stroke.
According to a new study, speech can be recovered on the right side of the brain following a stroke.
An aerosolized version of tissue plasminogen activator (tPA), a clot-busing drug commonly used for the treatment of stroke patients, could target blood clots that form as a result of severe coronavirus infection.
A new study reports those who suffered disabilities as a result of stroke demonstrated substantial long term recovery following stem cell transplantation.