In this study we found that vitexin effectively reduced cerebral infarct
volume and ameliorated neurological deficit and histopathological damage in a preclinical mouse MCAO model.
More information regarding diagnosis and treatment of cerebral infarcts
and hemorrhage is needed in birds.
A history of hypertension, actual blood pressure, percent carotid stenosis, gender, and obesity were not independent risk factors for clinical stroke or cerebral infarct
as assessed by CT during follow-up.
volume was significantly lower (by about 50% overall) for WKY than for Wistar or SHR rats (Figs.
The presence of hyperglycemia in acute stroke increases cerebral infarct
size and subsequently worsens neurologic outcome (Parsons et al.
Purpose in life and cerebral infarcts
in community-dwelling older people.
Arnar presented are an outgrowth of an earlier report from AGES-Reykjavik, which concluded that AF was associated with smaller brain volume and diminished cognitive performance independent of cerebral infarcts
Poor school and cognitive functioning with silent cerebral infarcts
and sickle cell disease.
Subsequently, she developed evidence of VZV (re)activation/replication albeit in the vitreous of the eye, and a few months later presented with relatively widespread intracranial fusiform aneurysmal vasculopathy complicated by cerebral infarcts
Research: In this study, the goal was to investigate the interrelations of serum vitamin B12 markers with brain volumes, cerebral infarcts
and performance on different cognitive tests.
Several studies support that clinical dementia is more common and severe when patients have a combination of both cerebral infarcts
as well as Alzheimer's pathology.
Among participants having a migraine with aura (2pc of the total sample), a specific increase in silent cerebral infarcts
and certain lesions was observed, hence confirming previous studies, but without detectable cognitive harm.
9) When evaluating patients with cerebral infarcts
not consistent with vascular distribution, our differential should include other causes of strokes including MELAS, MERRF (mitochondrial encephalopathy ragged red fiber syndrome), Leigh syndrome, and other mitochondrial inborn error syndromes.
The finding that Alzheimer's pathology with cerebral infarcts
is a common combination in people with dementia adds to emerging evidence that it is feasible to reduce some of the risk of dementia by using the same tools used for cardiovascular disease, such as controlling of blood cholesterol levels and hypertension.
There was no difference in the number and volume of white matter lesions or the number, location, and size of cerebral infarcts
in stroke patients with a history of migraine compared to stroke patients without migraine, in an MRI study of 83 patients.