A 9-year study reveals four new inflammatory biomarkers that have the potential to be prognostic of stroke development when present in high levels in the blood.
Browsing: Cerebrovascular disease
In this article the authors aims to describe the unusual presentation of a novel family with cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leucoancepahlopathy.
The combination of stem cell grafts with an engineered protein offers a new approach for stroke treatment.
Researchers have demonstrated that utilizing docosahexaenoic acid may protect against brain damage following hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
We recently featured the review ‘Stroke and technology: prescribing mHealth apps for healthcare providers, patients and caregivers – a brief, selected review’ – here, the paper’s co- author, Jonathan Singer, gives us some background on the research and its future implications.
Researchers have examined how the increased risk of prolonged travel time may offset the benefits of specialized stoke care.
A 6 year trial in the Netherlands has evaluated the impact of vascular care in preventing dementia.
This review covers the current state of genetic knowledge in vascular cognitive impairment from a pathophysiological view and discusses possible strategies for future research.