Cerebrovascular disease refers to a group of conditions, diseases, and disorders that affect the blood vessels and blood supply to the brain.If a blockage, malformation, or hemorrhage prevents the brain cells from getting enough oxygen, brain damage can result.
Brain degenerative diseases: there are many kinds of dementia caused by brain degenerative diseases. The most common is Alzheimer's disease dementia, which is also called Alzheimer's disease. Its onset is slow, and it is progressive dementia. In addition, there are Pick's disease, tington chorea dementia, progressive supranuclear palsy, Parkinson's disease dementia and so on. These dementia in the back are relatively rare.
Netizen said: my father had migraine since he was young. Taking painkillers can relieve it; I'm 60 years old now. I seem to have a lot of headaches in the past two years. Is this still a migraine? Is there a cerebrovascular problem?
Moyamoya disease is an extremely rare cerebrovascular disease. Due to the nasal obstruction of cerebral arteries and the reduction of the amount of blood entering the brain, the small blood vessels in the patient's brain will expand greatly, forming piles of small blood vessels similar to smoke.
Cerebrovascular disease refers to various diseases of the blood vessels in the brain. It can cause transient or lasting local or diffuse brain damage, resulting in disability or death of the patient. It includes cerebral atherosclerosis, thrombosis, stenosis, occlusion, cerebral arteritis, cerebral artery injury, cerebral aneurysm, intracranial vascular malformation, cerebral arteriovenous fistula, etc.
Acute myocardial infarction, a serious cardio-cerebrovascular disease with high incidence in winter, is just like Specter, becoming a "cold-blooded killer" that takes life. Especially in cold nights in winter, this specter appears more frequently. For the past two weeks, the hospital's emergency department has been seeing several patients with severe acute myocardial infarction almost every day.