cerebrovascular

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cerebrovascular

of or relating to the blood vessels and the blood supply of the brain
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Overall, metabolic syndrome can serve as a simple clinical approach to identify persons for intervention to reduce both cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and also type 2 DM.
In addition, risks of death from coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, and cancer were increased by 51 percent, 50 percent, and 35 percent, respectively, they added.
Based on the pedigree chart of the pro-band (Figure 1), there was a clear family history of cerebrovascular disease on the paternal side, while the disease did not exist on the maternal side, inferring that the disease was originated from paternal autosomal dominant cerebrovascular disease.
Individuals who were overweight but metabolically healthy had a 30% increased risk of ischemic heart disease, 11% increased risk of heart failure, and the same risk of cerebrovascular disease as normal-weight, healthy individuals.
de Gaetano, who directs the study, presented a substudy involving 1,197 participants with established coronary heart disease or cerebrovascular disease at entry.
We strongly believe that large scale studies on the mass population enrolling both the diseased and the normal population are required to prove or refute findings of increased MPV as an independent predictor for stroke in patients with diabetes and cerebrovascular disease.
But as we can see, for women it's heart failure and cerebrovascular disease that are the major contributors to overall risk.
Statistically significant univariate associations were observed between IHM and male gender (p < 0.001), elderly age (p < 0.001), diabetes (p < 0.001), cerebrovascular disease (p = 0.007) and renal dysfunction (p < 0.001) (Table 2).
Pathogenesis of cerebrovascular disease in DM patients
Currently, cardiovascular disease and cerebrovascular disease are recognized as the leading preventable killers of Americans.
Unconditional Logistic regression analysis showed that age history of cerebrovascular disease and triglyceride level were the independent risk factors of cognitive function.Conclusion: The blood pressure levels of intracranial trauma patients were associated with cognitive function with age history of cerebrovascular disease and triglyceride level as the independent risk factors.
During 8 years of follow-up, the subjects with PTSD had significantly higher rates of incident cerebrovascular disease, acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, and peripheral vascular disease than those without a current diagnosis of PTSD.