The Alberta Stroke Program Early Computed Tomography Score (ASPECTs) on noncontrast CT (NCCT) is widely used for the decision of endovascular therapy (ET) in randomized controlled trials. CT angiography source images (CTA-SI) is another method to evaluate ischemic brain damage. We aimed to evaluate the association between pretreatment ASPECTs on CTA-SI and post-treatment clinical and radiological outcomes in acute stroke patients treated with ET. The association between both scores along with final infarct and outcome were analyzed. A total of 90 patients with successful recanalization were included in the study. The mean age was 59 +/- 11.8. According to the results, CTA-SI ASPECTs was better correlated with final infarct than NCCT ASPECTs (p < 0.001). In univariate analyzes, factors associated with good outcome were age, baseline NIHSS score, and presence of diabetes mellitus (p = 0.001, p = 0.002, p = 0.034, respectively). On the other hand, when an analysis differentiating patients by age was performed, 40 patients below 60 years of age had significantly better outcomes despite having higher baseline NIHSS scores (p = 0.002). Finally, in multivariate analyzes, only age and baseline NIHSS score were found to be independent predictors of good outcome (p = 0.003 for both). In conclusion, CTA-SI ASPECTs in patient selection for ET seems to be more useful than NCCT ASPECTs. However, both scoring modalities were not found to be independent predictors of good outcome. Outcomes are changeable for the younger population who could continue their lives with mild or no deficits despite having a relatively low initial ASPECTs. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.