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introduced, but neurosonology is still a simple, widely available, noninvasive, and useful technique. This review will discuss the clinical, neurosonologic, and neuroimaging features of uncommon causes of stroke (cervical artery dissection, Takayasu arteritis, patent foramen ovale-stroke, Moyamoya disease, and sickle cell disease) and review current diagnostic methods. diagnose or predict the prognosis of uncommon causes of stroke (cervical artery dissection [CAD], Takayasu arteritis [TA], PFO-stroke, MMD, and SCD).doi:10.31728/jnn.2019.00047 fatcat:agxnyys3ivbkzp4n2o5i6aby3u