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Join our webinar April 17, 12 PM CST | Cryptogenic Stroke: Cardioac Monitoring and the role of cardiopathy
Cryptogenic Stroke: Cardiac Monitoring and the Role of Cardiopathy

April 17, 2018 | 12:00 p.m. CT

Each year approximately one third of ischemic strokes in the United States are classified as cryptogenic. While many strokes can be traced to cardioembolic, atherosclerotic or lacunar causes, between 10 percent and 40 percent are classified as cryptogenic. With limited guidelines, many professionals diagnose and treat cryptogenic stroke differently. This webinar is the second one in a series of three webinars that will discuss the identification of cardiac monitoring modalities and discuss the potential role of atrial cardiopathy in cryptogenic stroke and its implications for post-stroke management.


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