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Antiplatelet drug discontinuation is a risk factor for ischemic stroke

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Neurology®
Volume 63Number 9November 9, 2004
Pages: 1761
PubMed: 15534288

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Published online: November 8, 2004
Published in print: November 9, 2004

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David S. Bachman, MD

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