Topography of MR lesions correlates with standardized EEG pattern in early comatose survivors after cardiac arrest.

Rike Barth, Frederic Zubler, Anja Weck, Matthias Haenggi, Kaspar Schindler, Roland Wiest & Franca Wagner
AIM Multimodal prognostication in comatose patients after cardiac arrest (CA) is complicated by the fact that different modalities are usually not independent. Here we set out to systematically correlate early EEG and MRI findings. METHODS 89 adult patients from a prospective register who underwent at least one EEG and one MRI in the acute phase after CA were included. The EEGs were characterized using pre-existent standardized categories (highly malignant, malignant, benign). For MRIs, the apparent...
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