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Abstract TP29: Complete Occlusion is Associated With Lower Recanalization Rate in Patients With Acute Stroke With Tandem Lesion Treated With Thrombectomy

Mohammad Anadani 1 Alejandro Spiotta 1 Michel Piotin 2 Francis Turjman 3 Henrik Steglich-Arnholm 4 Markus Holtmannspötter 4 Christian Taschner 4, 5 Sebastian Eiden 5 Diogo Haussen 6 Raul Nogueira 6 Panagiotis Papanagiotou 7 Maria Boutchakova 7 Adnan Siddiqui 8 Bertrand Lapergue 9 Franziska Dorn 10 Christophe Cognard 11 Monika Killer 12 Salvatore Mangiafico 13 Marc Ribo 14 Marios Psychogios 15 Marc Labeyrie 16 Mikael Mazighi 2 Alessandra Biondi 17 Sébastien Richard 18, 19 René Anxionnat 20, 17 Serge Bracard 20, 19 Benjamin Gory 20, 19
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Mohammad Anadani, Alejandro Spiotta, Michel Piotin, Francis Turjman, Henrik Steglich-Arnholm, et al.. Abstract TP29: Complete Occlusion is Associated With Lower Recanalization Rate in Patients With Acute Stroke With Tandem Lesion Treated With Thrombectomy. Stroke, American Heart Association, 2019, 50 (Suppl 1), ⟨10.1161/str.50.suppl_1.TP29⟩. ⟨hal-03268709⟩

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