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The primary outcome is noted to be score on the modified Rankin scale assessed at 90 days analyzed for noninferiority. Secondary outcomes are multiple and include death, several imaging characteristics, and multiple disability scores. The variety of these secondary outcomes seems to encompass the contexts that several groups would use to understand this data. Some are more technical while others are more patient-oriented. Was this the motivation behind their selection? And to what degree has the secondary outcome selection in prior studies on this topic motivated selection? Thank you for your time.