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A cerebral infarction is the ischemic kind of stroke due to a disturbance in the blood vessels supplying blood to the brain. It can be atherothrombotic or embolic. From stroke caused by cerebral infarction two other kinds of stroke should be distinguished: cerebral hemorrhage and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

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Vasopressin in the brain maintains size of vasopressin neurons even when body fluid becomes more diluted

Vasopressin in the brain maintains size of vasopressin neurons even when body fluid becomes more diluted

Brains of migraine sufferers show higher proportion of lesions of brain microvessels

Brains of migraine sufferers show higher proportion of lesions of brain microvessels

Ferring Pharmaceuticals announces publication of Phase 3 trials of LYSTEDA tablets for HMB

Ferring Pharmaceuticals announces publication of Phase 3 trials of LYSTEDA tablets for HMB

Mild memory loss can indicate progressive dementia: Research

Mild memory loss can indicate progressive dementia: Research

Ferring announces availability of LYSTEDA for cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding in U.S.

Ferring announces availability of LYSTEDA for cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding in U.S.

Ferring to acquire global rights to Xanodyne Pharmaceutical's LYSTEDA

Ferring to acquire global rights to Xanodyne Pharmaceutical's LYSTEDA

SCI indicates increased risk of declining kidney function in type 2 diabetics

SCI indicates increased risk of declining kidney function in type 2 diabetics

Physical exercise - one of the most effective methods of preventing disease

Physical exercise - one of the most effective methods of preventing disease

Left side grafting has lower risk to donors; small graft size not the only cause of 'small-for-size graft syndrome'

Left side grafting has lower risk to donors; small graft size not the only cause of 'small-for-size graft syndrome'

Study finds an independent link between self-perceived psychological stress and stroke

Study finds an independent link between self-perceived psychological stress and stroke

Study links stress and stroke

Study links stress and stroke

Magnesium linked to lower risk for some strokes in male smokers

Magnesium linked to lower risk for some strokes in male smokers

Internal body clock dictates timing of different types of stroke

Internal body clock dictates timing of different types of stroke

Trial results on the use of recombinant activated factor VII in acute intracerebral haemorrhage

Trial results on the use of recombinant activated factor VII in acute intracerebral haemorrhage