If you are fainting due to blood loss to the brain or are at risk of a stroke, Jefferson neurologists and radiologists utilize oculoplethysmography to assist your physician in developing an accurate diagnosis and appropriate follow-up care. This test can detect the presence of a blockage in the carotid arteries.
Why Choose Jefferson for Stroke Diagnosis and Treatment in Philadelphia?
Jefferson is one of the most advanced and acclaimed centers in the U.S. for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and research of stroke. It's also the largest facility dedicated to the care of acute stroke in the Delaware Valley. The American Stroke Association and the American Heart Association presented the Jefferson Comprehensive Stroke Center with the Gold Award for excellence, and our Primary Stroke Center has Advanced Certification in Stroke by the Joint Commission.