cerebral thrombosis


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Noun1.cerebral thrombosis - a blood clot in a cerebral artery or vein
thrombosis - the formation or presence of a thrombus (a clot of coagulated blood attached at the site of its formation) in a blood vessel
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As a traditional thrombolytic drug that has been marketed in China for many areas, Urokinase is widely used to treat acute myocardial infarction, cerebral thrombosis, pulmonary vein thrombosis, lower extremity vein thrombosis and other forms of vascular thrombosis.
Animal pharmacodynamics study suggested that butyphthalide could block multiple pathological links of cerebral injury induced by ischemic cerebral stroke, narrow infarction area of local cerebral ischemia of rats, relieve encephaledema, improve cerebral energy metabolism and microcirculation and blood flow in cerebral ischemic region, inhibit apoptosis of nerve cells, and resist cerebral thrombosis and anti-platelet aggregation.
Van De Beek, "Delayed cerebral thrombosis after initial good recovery from pneumococcal meningitis," Neurology, vol.
In our study, serum cholesterol and lipoprotein levels showed no significant difference between the cases of cerebral thrombosis and cerebral haemorrhage.
This same team reported a case of adenomyosis patient with occurrence of cerebral thrombosis without apparent cause in 2014.
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Goudy to Sherwin Cody written on 18 August 1935 because it captures the working environment of Goudy later in his career and sets the stage for his formal recognition of the participation of his wife in these typographic ventures after she has been rendered incapable of contributing to them further because of what Goudy describes as her "cerebral thrombosis." The Special Collections Research Center was also remarkably fortunate to have most of the documentary trail that records this whole process associated with the formal tribute, and it was deemed appropriate to relate these details in this publication.
Exhaustion and stress caused Capt Walker to suffer a cerebral thrombosis on July 7, 1944, and he died aged 48.
The doctor dispensed injections whose contents were rarely noted, and was never far away when the ladies died of cerebral thrombosis.
Some of the reported deaths involved blood clots; others included (http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/yaz-and-yasmin-birth-control-pills-linked-to-23-deaths-1.1321110) heart attacks or cerebral thrombosis , meaning blood clots in the brain.
The increased blood viscosity and reduced blood flow in the microcirculation may induce cerebral thrombosis or exaggerate minute encephalomalacia during dehydration or cardiac dysfunction, and shunted blood containing infectious organisms at such sites may be followed by focal cerebritis.