Letter to the Editor. Aspirin versus anticoagulation for stroke prophylaxis: a dispute not yet closed

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  • 1 Colombian Clinical Research Group in Neurocritical Care, University of Pamplona, Colombia
  • | 2 Medical and Surgical Research Center, University of Cartagena, Colombia
  • | 3 Latinamerican Council of Neurocritical Care (CLaNi), Cartagena, Colombia
  • | 4 Colombian Clinical Research Group in Neurocritical Care, University of Cartagena, Colombia
  • | 5 Medical and Surgical Research Center, Valencian International University, Santiago de Chile, Chile and
  • | 6 Regions Hospital, Saint Paul, MN
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Illustration from Schneider et al. (pp 205–214). Copyright Elyssa Siegel. Published with permission.

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    Hanna K, Douglas M, Asmar S, et al. Treatment of blunt cerebrovascular injuries: anticoagulants or antiplatelet agents? J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2020;89(1):7479.

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