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Stroke in young adults: risk factors and long-term consequences

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Outline In this talk an overview will be provided of the risk factors and aetiology of stroke in young adults. Furthermore, the long-term prognosis will be addressed, including cardiovascular risk, functional outcome and psychosocial consequences.

About the speaker Frank-Erik de Leeuw is an associate professor in neurology and works as a vascular neurologist at the department of Neurology of the Radboud University Medical Centre in the Netherlands

Frank-Erik de Leeuw is the founder and principal investigator of the FUTURE study, the worlds’ largest study with the longest follow up on causes and consequences of young stroke.

This talk is part of the Stroke Research Meetings series.

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