cerebral edema

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Synonyms for cerebral edema

swelling of the brain due to the uptake of water in the neuropile and white matter

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1] The clinical types of END can be classified into several categories, including symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage (sICH), cerebral edema (CE), early recurrent ischemic stroke, and epilepsy,[1] but there is still a large proportion of END cases in which the underlying cause could not be identified and are therefore categorized as unexplained END.
Update on high altitude cerebral edema including recent work on the eye.
cerebral edema, cerebral hemorrhage), gender, and age.
Keywords: Acute mountain illness, High altitude cerebral edema, High altitude pulmonary edema.
Keywords: cerebral edema, hypothermia, intracranial pressure, neurocritical care, therapeutic hypothermia
26) The vasoconstrictive effect ofphenobarbital declines cerebral edema (27) and reperfusion injury after the acute phase of asphyxia.
41) Acute TBI often results in significant cerebral edema, increased intracranial pressure (ICP), and decreased blood flow.
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A computed tomography (CT) scan revealed cerebral edema from prolonged hypoxia.
These cases were associated with cerebral edema in portions of the posterior cerebral white matter.
Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a constellation of medical findings: subdural hematoma, retinal bleeding, fractures, and cerebral edema from which physicians, consistent with current medical understanding, infer child abuse caused by violent shaking.
This suggests that adjusted Da-Chai-Ling-Tang performs well in constraining the development of cerebral edema and preventing brain tissue from becoming hypoxic and/or a weakening of blood vessels during radiotherapy treatment.
12) Cerebral edema in the present case was marked, especially in the perivascular spaces, with an increased endothelial-neuropil space.
Serious complications, such as pulmonary and cerebral edema associated with fluid overload and hyponatremia can occur during surgery.
Cerebral edema is one of the basic pathological changes of ischemic cerebrovascular disease, which is an important indicator to reflect cerebral ischemia.