cerebrovascular


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cerebrovascular

of or relating to the blood vessels and the blood supply of the brain
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The PRASTRO-I study was conducted in 3,747 ischemic cerebrovascular disease patients, excluding cardiogenic cerebral embolisms, aged 75 years and under and weighing more than 50 kg to verify non-inferiority in efficacy of prasugrel administered once daily in a 3.
All patients with prior chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease or with previous cerebrovascular events were excluded from the study.
Although several cerebrovascular risk factors including postmenopausal state, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension are found in this patient, 1-year adjuvant letrozole therapy was to some extent blamed for changing of the right ICA from normal blood flow to total occlusion in short time.
Exclusion Criteria: Head injury cases and neoplasm cases causing cerebrovascular disease were excluded from the study.
But as we can see, for women it's heart failure and cerebrovascular disease that are the major contributors to overall risk.
Accroding to researchers, their is little justification for prescribing vitamin D supplements to prevent myocardial infarction or ischaemic heart disease, stroke or cerebrovascular disease, cancer, or fractures, or to reduce the risk of death in unselected communitydwelling individuals.
Pathogenesis of cerebrovascular disease in DM patients
5-7 High blood pressure level accelerates the aggravation of mild cognitive dysfunction and leads to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular insufficiency and devastating diseases finally by inducing vascular lesions such as intimal hyperplasia vascular spasm and endothelial dysfunction.
She speculated that asthma physiology may explain why patients with asthma had a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease but not cerebrovascular disease.
of the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, and colleagues examined whether the intake of dietary and supplemental calcium was associated with mortality from total CVD, heart disease and cerebrovascular diseases.
Researchers identified 34,817 strokes or other cerebrovascular events among the study population.
Blood plasma homocysteine concentrations, that are responsible for plaque formation leading to blockage of arteries, were shown to have a significant, negative correlation with vitamin B12 levels in patients with cerebrovascular ( stroke) and peripheral vascular disease ( deep vein thrombosis) and with folate levels in patients with coronary artery disease and cerebrovascular disease.