Differences in the distribution of stroke subtypes in a UK black stroke population; final results from the South London Ethnicity and Stroke StudyGiosue Gulli, Loes Rutten-Jacobs, Lalit Kalra, Anthony G Rudd, Charles DA Wolfe & Hugh Markus
Background: Stroke incidence is increased in Black individuals but the reasons for this are poorly understood. Exploring the differences in aetiological stroke subtypes, and the extent to which they are explained by conventional and novel risk factors is an important step in elucidating the underlying mechanisms for this increased stroke risk. Methods: Between 1999- 2010, 1200 black and 1200 white stroke patients were prospectively recruited from a contiguous geographical area in South London in the...
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