Neuropsychological Characteristics of Patients with Ischemic Stroke, Caused by Abnormalities of Cerebral Arteries

Ye.A. Statinova, Yu.I. Kotsenko

Abstract


Neuropsychological examination has been carried out in 67 patients aged from 21 to 50 years with cerebral ischemic stroke (CIS) and abnormalities of intracerebral (ICA) and precerebral arteries (PCA). All patients received a comprehensive clinical-neurological, clinical-laboratory, and clinical-instrumental examination (including a magnetic resonance imaging of the brain with angiography). All patients were diagnosed with abnormalities of ICA and PCA, as well as their combination. Neuropsychological disorders were detected in all patients with CIS, associated with abnormalities of ICA and PCA. In the structure of neuropsychological parameters, cognitive dysfunction has been detected in 65 (97 %) patients, in the form disorders of predementia in 64.2 % of cases and in 28.4 % of cases — of mild dementia. Abnormalities in the emotional-personal sphere were detected in all patients with CIS, associated with ICA and PCA, in the structure of which anxious syndrome was detected in 31 (46.3 %) patient, depressive — in 12 (17.9 %) and anxiodepressive — in 24 (35.8 %).

Keywords


ischemic stroke; abnormalities of cerebral arterial; neuropsychological profile; cognitive disorders; anxiety; depression

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0713.3.57.2013.85415

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