A neurologic symptom or symptom complex caused by cerebral ischemia or hemorrhage is commonly called a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), or stroke. Scheinberg P. Controversies in the management of cerebral vascular disease. Arch Neurol. 1987; 44:769–774. [PubMed: 3297009] Toole JF, Cole M. Ischemic cerebrovascular disease. In: Baker.CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT - TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC ATTACK Lois E. Brenneman, MSN, ANP, FNP, C CVA - Thromboembolic infarctions - Cerebral and cerebellar hemorrhage - Dissection of carotid and vertebral vessels - Subclinical hemorrhage - Subdural and extradural hemorrhage and hematoma - Cortical venous and dural venous sinus thrombosis.
The complex scenario requires early identification of potential complications, prioritization, delegation and communication. The complex case Ischemic Stroke expands on the core case using the same patient history. The scenario is a timed event that requires critical actions to take place in a timely manner to successfully complete the scenario.Wepfer also identified the main arteries supplying the brain, the vertebral and carotid arteries, and identified the cause of a type of ischemic stroke known as a cerebral infarction when he suggested that apoplexy might be caused by a blockage to those vessels. Rudolf Virchow first described the mechanism of thromboembolism as a major factor.
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Diabetic cerebrovascular diseases are defined as cerebral vascular diseases induced by diabetes with sugar, fat and a series of nutrient substance metabolic disorders, resulting in intracranial large and small vessel diseases. such as cerebral infarction and transient ischemic attack. The hemorrhagic cerebrovascular disease.CVA OR STROKE. Download as PPT, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd.
Ischemic stroke accounts for 80-85% cases and commonly results from occlusion of the lumina of the cerebral vessels by a thrombus or embolus. In ischemic stroke, vascular occlusion leads to gradual progression from a reversible degree of ischemia toward Cerebrovascular Accident: A Stroke of Misfortune. Sumaira Nabi, MBBS, FCPS Neurology.This is called a thrombotic stroke. A clot may break off from another place in the blood vessels of the brain, or from some other part of the body, and travel up to the brain. This is called cerebral embolism, or an embolic stroke. Ischemic strokes may also be caused by a sticky substance called plaque that can clog arteries.