The audience that Seminars in Cerebrovascular Diseases
and Stroke endeavors to reach includes neurologists, neurosurgeons,
emergency medicine physicians, and cardiologists. It promises to be especially
useful to candidates preparing for board examinations in their respective
fields. The journal is edited by José Biller, MD, a prolific author
and professor of neurology and neurological surgery at Loyola University Chicago.
Since its inception in March 2001, Seminars in Cerebrovascular
Diseases and Stroke has included the comprehensive and state-of-the-art
reviews "TPA for Acute Stroke: Perspectives after Five Years of Use," "Stroke
in the Young: Recent Developments," "An Update in Prothrombotic States and
Stroke," "Spinal Cord Vascular Malformations," "Endarterectomy/Angioplasty-Stenting/Revascularization
for Carotid and Vertebral Artery Occlusive Disease," and "Antithrombotic Therapy
in Stroke Prevention."
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