Mikael Mazighi.

Table 5 in the Supplementary Appendix provides details relating to the dosing of t-PA and treatment times. Reperfusion Rates Reperfusion rates in angiography in the endovascular-therapy group, as measured according to TICI grades two or three 3 , were 65 percent for occlusion in the internal carotid artery , 81 percent for an M1 occlusion , 70 percent for an individual occlusion in the next division of the middle cerebral artery , and 77 percent for multiple M2 occlusions . Only 4 patients had basilar occlusions, and the TICI score was not used for this area. Data regarding results in various other vessels with smaller amounts of patients aren’t shown. Reperfusion rates, as measured by a TICI rating of 2b to 3, were 38 percent for an occlusion in the internal carotid artery, 44 percent for an occlusion in M1, 44 percent for a single M2 occlusion, and 23 percent for multiple M2 occlusions.

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