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Cerebrovascular Diseases

Is prevalence of atrial fibrillation higher in men or women? Which sex is more likely to be asymptomatic? At higher risk for stroke?

Ablation has become a leading option to arrest AF in many patients. Try 3 quick questions to test your ablation quotient.

Although results of the hypertension portion of HOPE-3 were disappointing, many caveats are offered to explain the outcome.

Results of a large Taiwanese registry analysis could open discussion around avoidance of oral anticoagulants in post-ICH patients.

Critics continue to call for independent analysis by outside investigators not involved with the original trial.

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Find data here on obesity, exercise, and OSA, plus 4 more factors that increase the risk for AF and other CV disease.

Concern that equipment error may have led to higher doses of warfarin than necessary call the huge trial's findings into question.

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