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Response to the Letter to the Editor by John E Madias

      We appreciate Dr. Madias's comments on our article.
      • Min J
      • Young G
      • Umar A
      • et al.
      Neurogenic cardiac outcome in patients after acute ischemic stroke: The brain and heart connection.
      Neurocardiology is an emerging field that addresses the interaction between the brain and the heart after cerebral insult including acute ischemic stroke.
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