How well does the Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project classification predict the site and size of the infarct on brain imaging?

Mead, G. E.; Lewis, S. C.; Wardlaw, J. M.; Dennis, M. S.; Warlow, C. P.
May 2000
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;May2000, p558
Academic Journal
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