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Acute basilar artery occlusion (BAO) is generally associated with a poor prognosis and mortality rates up to 85% in non-recanalized patients. Emergent recanalization is essential to improve outcomes in this patient subgroup. Objective: To show that good patient outcomes, modified Rankin score (mRS) 0-2, can be achieved in patients presenting with acute BAO and poor or no neurological exam. Methods: We retrospectively analyzed the hospital course of a patient presenting with acute BAO and absentdoi:10.31487/j.scr.2019.06.07 fatcat:2jh5sbid3zgdpf6dsmdps3qk64