Background and Purpose—Lesion expansion in the week after acute stroke involves both infarct growth (IG) and anatomic distortion (AD) because of edema and hemorrhage. Enabling separate quantification would allow clinical trials targeting these distinct pathological processes. We developed an objective and automated approach to quantify these processes at 24 hours and 1 week. Methods—Patients with acute ischemic stroke were scanned at presentation, 24 hours, ... Expand abstract
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Quantifying infarct growth and secondary injury volumes: comparing multimodal image registration measures
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