anoxaemia


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anoxaemia

(ˌænɒkˈsiːmɪə) or

anoxemia

n
(Medicine) a deficiency in the amount of oxygen in the arterial blood
[C19: from New Latin, from an- + ox(ygen) + -aemia]
ˌanoxˈaemic, ˌanoxˈemic adj
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In physiological condition, taurine is accumulated in brain cells at concentration of 5-70 mM [4, 5]and is released in high amounts under various pathological conditions such as anoxaemia or ischemia and seizure [6-8].
There is a growing body of literature suggesting that patients with atherosclerotic middle cerebral artery (MCA) stenosis are at a higher risk of future ischemic stroke, and that the risk of future cerebral ischemic events would be low if the blood flow with unilateral MCA stenosis or occlusion is compensated by circle of Willis, or by the collateral circulation from cortical artery, otherwise, the patients would suffer from cerebral ischemia and anoxaemia.1-4
The movements of the animal which begin after about 90 seconds are epileptiform in nature and are due to the bloodless state of the brain (cerebral ischaemia with complete anoxaemia).