An 87-year-old woman with a history of Transitory Ischemic Attack one year before suddenly suffered from right hemiplegia. Symptoms improved after 20 minutes. The patient was transferred to the nearest stroke center and had right facial paralysis, dysarthria, and discrete right upper limb deficit. MRI was performed and the TOF showed complete occlusion of M1. She was transferred to Bicêtre Hospital (Paris). How did the Bicêtre team handle this case? Watch the video to find out.