2013
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2013.02.003
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Ferreira Maria Gabriela R., Moro Carla Heloísa C., Franco Selma C.

Abstract: Evidences support that thrombolysis is associated to a better functional outcome but not to intact cognition after subacute stroke. The purpose of this study is to compare cognition and functional capacity, 6−10 months after stroke, in patients treated with thrombolysis with rt-PA (tissular plasminogen activator) and those who were not. Findings suggest that patients who received thrombolysis presented less neglect and less visual attention deficits but did not show better general cognitive functioning or fun…

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