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Cerebrovascular disease is a group of brain dysfunctions related to disease of the blood vessels supplying the brain. Hypertension is the most important cause; it damages the blood vessel lining, endothelium, exposing the underlying collagen where platelets aggregate to initiate a repairing process which is not always complete and perfect. Sustained hypertension permanently changes the architecture of the blood vessels making them narrow, stiff, deformed, uneven and more vulnerable to fluctuations in blood pressure.
ProTron Technologies creates Stethotron Intra-vascular Atherosclerotic Detector

ProTron Technologies creates Stethotron Intra-vascular Atherosclerotic Detector

Scientists update criteria for diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Scientists update criteria for diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

CHMP adopts positive opinion on pending MAA for SYCREST sublingual tablets

CHMP adopts positive opinion on pending MAA for SYCREST sublingual tablets

Early adverse experiences influence migraine sufferers' cardiovascular health in adulthood

Early adverse experiences influence migraine sufferers' cardiovascular health in adulthood

Researchers analyze role of gender in treatment and outcome of patients with MMD

Researchers analyze role of gender in treatment and outcome of patients with MMD

Liver transplant recipients develop premature immune senescence: Researchers

Liver transplant recipients develop premature immune senescence: Researchers

Obstructive sleep apnea more than doubles stroke risk in men

Obstructive sleep apnea more than doubles stroke risk in men

Young adults with hyperthyroidism face increase risk of stroke

Young adults with hyperthyroidism face increase risk of stroke

Proper treatment can help control psoriasis in most cases

Proper treatment can help control psoriasis in most cases

Benefits of aspirin therapy for patients with peripheral artery disease remain unproven

Benefits of aspirin therapy for patients with peripheral artery disease remain unproven

Nearly 40% of TIA and minor ischemic stroke patients may experience mental impairment

Nearly 40% of TIA and minor ischemic stroke patients may experience mental impairment

High BP may predict dementia in older adults with cognitive impairment

High BP may predict dementia in older adults with cognitive impairment

FDA approves sNDA for pediatric autism drug ABILIFY

FDA approves sNDA for pediatric autism drug ABILIFY

Obese patients less likely to achieve cholesterol and blood pressure control

Obese patients less likely to achieve cholesterol and blood pressure control

Vanda Pharmaceuticals announces its agreement with Novartis Pharma AG

Vanda Pharmaceuticals announces its agreement with Novartis Pharma AG

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center neurologist elected as ANA Honorary Member

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center neurologist elected as ANA Honorary Member

Rush University receives grants to study how epigenomic changes define cognitive decline

Rush University receives grants to study how epigenomic changes define cognitive decline

Study on how epigenetic changes contribute to congnitive decline

Study on how epigenetic changes contribute to congnitive decline

Final results of SAPHRIS clinical study released

Final results of SAPHRIS clinical study released

Newly established Edward Neurosciences Institute to provide advanced stroke care in Chicago

Newly established Edward Neurosciences Institute to provide advanced stroke care in Chicago

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