Carotid Stenting with Antithrombotic Agents and Intracranial Thrombectomy Leads to the Highest Recanalization Rate in Patients with Acute Stroke with Tandem Lesions

Papanagiotou P, Haussen DC, Turjman F, Labreuche J, Piotin M, Kastrup A, Steglich-Arnholm H, Holtmannspötter M, Taschner C, Eiden S, Nogueira RG, Boutchakova M, Siddiqui A, Lapergue B, Dorn F, Cognard C, Killer M, Mangiafico S, Ribo M, Psychogios MN, Spiotta A, Labeyrie MA, Biondi A, Mazighi M, Richard S, Anxionnat R, Bracard S, Gory B; TITAN Investigators. Carotid Stenting with Antithrombotic Agents and Intracranial Thrombectomy Leads to the Highest Recanalization Rate in Patients with Acute Stroke with Tandem Lesions. JACC Cardiovasc Interv 11:1290-1299, July 2018 (DOI 10.1016/j.jcin.2018.05.036). PMID 29976365

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