cerebrovascular accident

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Synonyms for cerebrovascular accident

a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain

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Roman states that "Generally the greater severity of CVI the greater number of behaviours will be evident.
How TBI/ABI in adults interfaces with other conditions parallels that of CVI in children.
The aim of this study was the characterization of a population of patients with IgA deficiency and CVI in terms of the presence of rheumatologic manifestations.
CVI offers individual comparative scores based on data from secondary sources, such as voter registration, home ownership rates, small business lending statistics and income information.
Revenue figures for CVI were not available, but officials do say the company is profitable.
Nishizawa's experience and leadership will guide CVI through its next phase of business development and growth.
The story of CVI that is due to brain injury began in the late 19th century with the emergence of the concept that vision was associated with brain function, most notably with the operations of the occipital cortex.
The combination of CVI Melles Griot and IDEX will generate many synergies, including sales and marketing channels, engineering expertise, and global brand recognition.
Children with CVI may have difficulty finding an object among other objects, viewing in the distance, orienting themselves in space, going from grass to pavement or other changes in surface, and copying letters for writing; have visual fatigue; and be unable to use auditory and visual modes together (McKillop et al.
IDEX Corporation (NYSE:IEX) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CVI Melles Griot ("CVI"), from Norwest Equity Partners ("Norwest"), a leading middle market equity investment firm.
The CVI Range is a functional vision assessment for children with cortical visual impairment.
CVI Melles Griot, a leading supplier of optics and photonic products, today announced that Lynore Abbott will support the company's efforts in the Greater China Region by managing its Singapore facility and facilitating the execution of its Greater China market development plan.
In 2003, systematic data collection was initiated to monitor the progress of infants, children, and adolescents who have CVI.
Chris Bridle continues his successful 13-year career with CVI Melles Griot as the managing director of CVI Melles Griot's Leicester, United Kingdom facility.
While professional standards that address CVI and the needs of individuals with CVI are limited, university faculty are aware that knowledge and skills are necessary for graduates to serve this population effectively.