Module 2: Diagnosing Stroke Syndromes and Mimics

The timely recognition and treatment of stroke is complicated by the fact that there are multiple conditions that mimic acute ischemic stroke. This is a review of specific stroke syndromes and those conditions that mimic stroke. It will also cover the major etiologies that identify a stroke. Included is a review of the concept of neuroplasticity and recovery.

Learning Objectives

•Identify specific stroke syndromes
•Identify common stroke mimics
•Identify major stroke etiologies
•Understand the concept of neuroplasticity and recovery
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Elizabeth B. Marsh, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


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