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Glutamate imaging better than MR spectroscopy in first 3 hours after ischemic stroke

Glutamate imaging reveals ischemic lesions in the first 3 hours after stroke that are not distinguishable in T1-weighted and T2-weighted imaging. The finding has the potential to speed diagnosis -- and, therefore, treatment -- in the critical first hours after a stroke.
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