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Disease and Cerebral Ischemia : 3rd International Workshop, Madrid, June 2005. Supplement Issue: Cerebrovascular Diseases 2005, Vol. 20, Suppl.

Atherothrombotic Disease and Cerebral Ischemia : 3rd International Workshop, Madrid, June 2005. Cerebrovascular Diseases. Etiological Factors of the Atherothrombotic Disease; Platelets, Inflammation, and Atherothrombotic Neurovascular Disease: The Role of Endothelial Dysfunction: Blanco, . Rodriguez-Yanez, . Sobrino, . Leira, . Castillo, . Blood Pressure as a Risk Factor for Stroke and the Impact of Antihypertensive Treatment: Gil-Nunez, . Vivancos-Mora, . Lipids and Stroke: The Opportunity of Lipid-Lowering Treatment

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Iberoamerican Cerebrovascular diseases Society]. We established the aetiological subtypes of focal cerebral ischaemia (TIA and ischaemic stroke) as: disease of the great vessels or atherothrombotic, cardio embolic, occlusive small vessel disease, of unusual. Díez-Tejedor E1, del Brutto O, Alvarez Sabín J, Muñoz M, Abiusi G; Sociedad Iberoamericana de Enfermedades Cerebrovasculares. We established the aetiological subtypes of focal cerebral ischaemia (TIA and ischaemic stroke) as: disease of the great vessels or atherothrombotic, cardio embolic, occlusive small vessel disease, of unusual cause or of unknown origin. Haemorrhagic stroke was divided into subarachnoid haemorrhage and cerebral haemorrhage, which was then subdivided according to the site.

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Cerebrovascular disease includes a variety of medical conditions that affect the blood vessels of the brain and the cerebral circulation. The most common presentation of cerebrovascular disease is an ischemic stroke or mini-stroke and sometimes a hemorrhagic stroke

It was established in 1991 by Michael G. Hennerici and Julien Bogousslavsky, and is published eight times per year by Karger Publishers. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 impact factor of . 74.

One of the central themes in addressing vascular disease is connected with the behavior of the arterial wall; its response to stimuli, its remodeling, the growth or stabilization of lesions and the interaction with implants and drugs more. One of the central themes in addressing vascular disease is connected with the behavior of the arterial wall; its response to stimuli, its remodeling, the growth or stabilization of lesions and the interaction with implants and drugs.

CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE Classification of Stroke: Stroke, in lay terms is "a sudden neurologic affliction .

CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE Classification of Stroke: Stroke, in lay terms is "a sudden neurologic affliction".

Cerebrovascular Diseases provides up-to-date information on clinical features . Download Product Flyer. Imaging Investigations in Cerebral Ischemia: PET and SPECT. Chapter 26. Pathophysiology of Focal Brain Ischemia.

Cerebrovascular Diseases provides up-to-date information on clinical features, epidemiology, imaging methods, genetics, pathophysiology, pathology and therapeutic influences of all major diseases associated with various cerbrovascular abnormalities and circulatory disturbances in the brain and spinal cord. It includes effective new theraputic approaches such as thrombolysis and looks at new techniques of interventional radiology.

Supplement Issue: Cerebrovascular Diseases 2005, Vol. 20, Suppl. 2
Atherothrombotic Disease and Cerebral Ischemia: 3rd International Workshop, Madrid, June 2005 (Cerebrovascular Diseases) download epub
Medicine
Author: E. Díez-Tejedor
ISBN: 3805580665
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (December 2, 2005)
Pages: 180 pages