Stroke in pregnancy: a case-oriented review
Stroke is a rare but serious complication of pregnancy and the postpartum period. Yet, despite its rarity, it remains a major cause of serious morbidity and long-term disability in young women. In this review, we use cases to illustrate many of the most important issues that arise when managing pregnancy-associated stroke.
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