Table 1

 Demographic, clinical, laboratory, CT, and MRI variables

Demographic and clinical variablesCT/MRI indices
ADC, apparent diffusion coefficient; CT, computed tomography; DBP, diastolic blood pressure; DWI, diffusion weighted imaging; MRI, magnetic resonance imaging; PWI, perfusion weighted imaging; RMTT, regional mean transit time; rCBFI, relative cerebral blood flow index; rrCBV, relative regional cerebral blood volume; SBP, systolic blood pressure; TTP, time to peak.
AgeLacunes
SexLeukoaraiosis
WeightEarly ischaemic changes
NIHSS scoreHyperdense artery sign
Systolic blood pressureDWI lesion volume
Diastolic blood pressureMean ADC
Mean 24-hour SBPPWI lesion volume
Mean 24-hour DBPTTP
Hypertension on admissionRMTT
GlucoserrCBV
CholesterolrCBFi
C reactive proteinMicrobleeds
White blood cell countPresence of arterial occlusion
Red blood cell countSite of occlusion
Platelet countRecanalisation
Packed cell volumeAetiology of stroke
International normalised ratio
Cardioembolic source
Partial thromboplastin time
Fibrinogen
Treatment delay
Cigarette smoking
Alcohol abuse
Hypertension
Diabetes
Hyperlipidaemia
Coronary artery disease
Peripheral vascular disease
Cerebrovascular diseases
Current use of antiplatelets