The Main and New Risk Factors that Contribute to the Development of Ischemic Strokes in Young Adults
Keywords:heterogeneous ischemic stroke, new risk factors
The article deals with the analysis and evaluation of existing baseline risk factors for cerebrovascular disease, contributing to the emergence of heterogeneous ischemic strokes (atherosclerosis, critical, symptomatic and asymptomatic carotid artery stenosis, dyslipidemia, cardiac disease, etc.), settles new risk factors that contribute to acute cerebrovascular accidents and chronic cerebrovasculardiseases, especially in young people. Criteria of clinical and paraclinical diagnostics are provided to identify such risk factors and their possible correction. The lecture is designed for interns neurologists, trainee neurologists of thematic improvement and pre-certification courses, as well as family physicians.
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Copyright (c) 2016 S.K. Yevtushenko, D.A. Filimonov, V.A. Simonyan, I.S. Lutsky, Ye.P. Shestova, T.M. Morozova
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