Acute thalamic stroke: different types linked to different risks of depression and anxiety

Anterior thalamic stroke patients – but not paramedian and inferolateral thalamic stroke patients – have a significantly increased risk of anxiety and depression in the year after the event, according to new study findings presented at the EAN conference.

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