(pure motor hemiparesis, pure sensory stroke, mixed sensorimotor, ataxic hemiparesis, dysarthria clumsy hand) without new cortical
Stroke etiology was classified according to the Banff classification as large-vessel disease (ipsilateral carotid stenosis [greater than or equal to] 70%, presumable local thrombosis of a large intracranial vessel, arterio-arterial embolism from aortic plaques/thrombi), small-vessel disease (clinical lacunar syndrome
and no lesion or subcortical lesion <1.
Clinical Stroke Syndrome: TACs = Total Anterior Circulation Sysndrome PACs = Partial Anterior Circulation Syndrome POCs = Posterior Circulation Syndrome LACs = Lacunar Syndrome
BM = Bladder Management
Furthermore, small cardioembolic emboli can cause lacunar syndromes
, acting as a confounding factor in the analysis of the relation between HHcy and stroke subtypes.