SSS-TOAST classification

ISCHEMIC STROKE / CLASSIFICATION SSS-TOAST CLASSIFICATION OF ISCHEMIC STROKE Created 26/09/2022, last revision 26/09/2022 The SSS-TOAST classification is an evidence-based classification algorithm, which reflects advances in stroke imaging and epidemiology [Ay, 2005] based on certain clinical and imaging criteria, each TOAST subtype is divided into 3 subcategories "certain", "probable", or "possible" the new algorithm refines ... Read more

TOAST classification of stroke

TOAST classification of stroke etiology
ADD-ONS / SCALES TOAST classification of stroke Created 23/03/2021, last revision 21/09/2022 [Schöberl, 2017] the exact etiology of ischemic stroke affects prognosis, outcome, and management a system for classifying ischemic stroke subtypes mainly based on etiology has been developed for the Trial of Org 10172 in Acute Stroke Treatment (TOAST). TOAST classification denotes five subtypes of ... Read more

Chinese Ischemic Stroke Subclassification (CISS)

Chinese Ischemic Stroke Subclassification (CISS)
ISCHEMIC STROKE / CLASSIFICATION Chinese Ischemic Stroke Subclassification (CISS) Created 12/04/2022, last revision 26/09/2022 [toc] classification of an acute ischemic stroke has a significant impact on patient care, secondary stroke prevention, and stroke research the most popular and commonly used stroke classification system is the TOAST other established systems: A–S–C–O classification (Amarenco, 2009) SSS-TOAST (Ay, ... Read more

Stroke in young adults

ISCHEMIC STROKE / CLASSIFICATION AND ETIOPATHOGENESIS Stroke in young adults Created 17/12/2021, last revision 22/09/2022 young adults stroke/juvenile stroke = stroke in persons aged 18 to 55y some authors use an upper age limit of 45 or 49 years young adults comprise 10%–15% of all stroke patients, with a significant increase above the age of ... Read more

Cryptogenic stroke

Cryptogenic stroke
ISCHEMIC STROKE / CLASSIFICATION AND ETIOPATHOGENESIS CRYPTOGENIC STROKE Created 17/12/2021, last revision 26/09/2022 [toc] Definition of cryptogenic stroke cryptogenic stroke (CS) = stroke of an unknown etiology (a diagnosis of exclusion) TOAST 5   (a strict diagnostic algorithm is not defined) ASCOD (Atherosclerosis, Small Vessel Disease, Cardiac Causes, Other, and Dissection) CCS (Causative Classification system) ... Read more

Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

Express trial
ISCHEMIC STROKE Transient ischemic attack (TIA) Created 23/03/2021, last revision 16/09/2022 [toc] 2021 ESO guidelines on the management of transient ischemic attack (TIA) a transient ischemic attack (TIA) is a medical emergency despite its seemingly mild course, TIA is a serious predictor of subsequent ischemic stroke and death following TIA, the risk of recurrent stroke ... Read more
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