Clot Perviousness is Associated with First Pass Success of Aspiration Thrombectomy in the COMPASS Trial

Mokin M, Waqas W, Fifi J, De Leacy R, Fiorella D, Levy EI, Snyder K, Hanel R, Woodward K, Chaudry I, Rai AT, Frei D, Delgado Almandoz J, Kelly M, Arthur AS, Baxter BW, English J, Linfante I, Fargen KM, Turk A, Siddiqui AH, Mocco J: Clot Perviousness is Associated with First Pass Success of Aspiration Thrombectomy in the COMPASS Trial. J Neurointerv Surg (epub July 17, 2020 DOI 10.1136/neurintsurg-2020-016434). PMID 32680875

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