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Spinal epidural hematoma: an important stroke mimic

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Abstract Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) is, on occasion, given to patients who do not suffer from acute cerebral ischemia. As the underlying conditions often mistaken for acute ischemic stroke tend to produce transient dysfunction, and are generally seen in individuals younger than stroke patients, the outcome of such mistaken treatment…

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