cerebral ischemia


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Related to cerebral ischemia: transient ischemic attack, cerebral infarction

cerebral ischemia,

n the reduction or loss of oxygen to the cerebrum; prolonged ischemia may lead to cerebral infarction.

ischemia

deficiency of blood in a part, due to functional constriction or actual obstruction of a blood vessel.

cerebral ischemia
brain anoxia.
myocardial ischemia
deficiency of blood supply to the heart muscle, due to obstruction or constriction of the coronary arteries.
renal ischemia
severe or prolonged ischemia causes irreversible renal failure and death from uremia. Called also ischemic nephrosis.
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This finding is consistent with a recent investigation indicating that pretreatment with only Clostridium butyricum had a neuroprotective effect in a global model of cerebral ischemia that was induced with bilateral common carotid artery occlusion in mice.
Prothrombin G20210A mutation, but not factor V Leiden, is a risk factor in patients with persistent foramen ovale and otherwise unexplained cerebral ischemia.
The data used in this article are a result of an experiment performed in the Cerebral Ischemia and Neuroprotection Laboratory of Maringa State University during the second semester of 2014.
Three-vessel occlusion model of global cerebral ischemia
The rats in NBP treatment group and model control group were respectively randomly divided into 3 subgroups according to the time of reperfusion (6 hours, 1 day and 2 days) after 2 hours from cerebral ischemia, 10 rats for each sub-group.
A selective N-type calcium channel antagonist protects against neuronal loss after global cerebral ischemia.
Some studies had previously reported that STV protects against heart ischemia [25] and cerebral ischemia [14].
Cerebral ischemia can lead to sensory, motor, cognition, and spatial learning disorders depending upon the location of the ischemic event [9-11].
Fifty to 60% of affected individuals experience a gradual deterioration of cognitive function, presumably from recurrent cerebral ischemia and infarction.
The sick Marine had been responding well to treatment after he lost consciousness due to a mild cerebral ischemia, or restriction of blood supply.