The high prevalence of cognitive deficits in young patients with acute ischaemic stroke highlights the importance of early cognitive assessment

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Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:

Information on the prevalence and course of post-stroke cognitive impairment in young stroke patients is limited. The aim was to assess a consecutive sample of acute young ischaemic stroke patients (18-55 years) for the presence and development of neuropsychological deficits. 

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