cerebrovascular

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cerebrovascular

of or relating to the blood vessels and the blood supply of the brain
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Some progress has been made in recent years in &fining genes that predispose individuals to stroke and cerebrovascular disease per se, but no studies have yet examined genes that control the ability, of neural tissue to recover from ischemic injury.
I say this because there is so much concurrent medical illness with Alzheimer's, and we're just beginning to understand the role of illnesses such as cerebrovascular disease and Lewy body disease.
of Columbia University's Taub Institute, New York, and colleagues studied 686 older adults without dementia who had blood pressure measurements taken during three study visits at 24-month intervals and underwent structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to detect cerebrovascular disease.
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease in Childhood provides a unique summary of the 'state of the art' in the field of stroke and cerebrovascular disease in children.
Background information in a research article describing the study, published in Annals of Neurology, describes periodontitis as an inflammatory disease of the gums, and cerebrovascular disease as a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA).
Based on a retrospective study, the measures appeared to indicate which patients go on to develop cerebrovascular disease.
Annual medical costs are lower by $2,956 and $1,029 for individuals with heart disease or cerebrovascular disease (stroke), respectively, who are treated for gum disease.
Drinking wine was strongly associated with a lower risk of dying from coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, and death from all causes.
Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography can provide important information for managing patients with cerebrovascular disease, but the clinical utility of such imaging is uncertain for most indications, a review of published data has shown.
In 1994, the division claimed to have introduced the first neurointerventional microcatheter which utilised braided technology and expanded the treatment opportunities for cerebrovascular disease.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Capital Health System announced today that two nationally recognized neurosurgeons, specializing in cerebrovascular disease, have joined its staff, making it the leading provider in central and southern New Jersey and Bucks County Pennsylvania for advanced treatment of stroke, aneurysms, and other critical conditions involving the brain.