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Cerebrovascular Occlusions

Cerebral vascular obstruction as a result of just anyone a reason to table consisting of "stroke" is called. Stroke Stroke is called Latin. Despite the widely observed, especially after the age of 50 strokes in young adults and can occur even in children. Therefore, one can not ignore the complaints of children and should take it seriously.

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Brain Hemorrhage

For any reason as a result of cracking stroke of cerebral blood vessels occurs. Intracerebral hemorrhage is in the brain tissue bleeding, brain arachnoid Subarachnoid hemorrhage is under the membrane hemorrhage, subdural hemorrhage, which under the skin to stop the brain hemorrhage, the bleeding between the top and the bones of the membrane to stop the brain Epidural Hematoma is called. It is bleeding into the ventricles next to intraventricular hemorrhage is called.

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Cerebrovascular Aneurysms

As a result of the weakening of the walls of cerebral blood vessels are formed according to the blood pressure bubble. This bubble is called the aneurysm. Aneurysms just throws in every part of the body does not occur in the brain can develop even on the heart vessels. Aneurysms straining, sneezing or sudden exertion increases and hypertension causes bleeding episodes where we also explode in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. This table is the sudden arrival of space, time to cause sudden death because the watch is also in question.

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Arteriovenous Malformations

Brain vessels throws during embryological development corrupt develop the relationship between the veins and arteries and creates a short circuit shunt system between the two systems in a region where do the normal course of vessel formation and where a vascular structures such as fescue. This is called Arteriovenous Malformation.

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Their Brain Cavernous Angio

A cavernous angioma is a blood vessel abnormality characterized by large, adjacent capillaries with little or no intervening brain. The blood flow through these vessels is slow.

Cavernous angiomas can occur anywhere in the central nervous system.

The disease occurs in 0.4 percent of the population, and 18.7 percent of these patients have multiple lesions.

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Vein of Galen Aneurysm

These are abnormal connections between arteries and deep draining veins of the brain. The capillaries which normally connect arteries to veins and function to slow blood flow allowing for the drop off of oxygen and nutrients to the brain are missing.

Since vein of Galen malformations lack capillaries, blood flow can be fast and this in turn increases the work of the heart.

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Dural Fistulas

Dura mater is called the meninges of the feeding arterial system by opening an injury with a fistula venous system Dural Arteriovenous Fistula is called, if the situation in the cavernous sinus and carotid artery of a fistula the matter Carotid Cavernous Fistulas definition is concerned.

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Moya Moya Diseases

Moya Moya Disease With regard to the development of cerebral vascular pathology is very rare. This is especially more common in people of Asian continent is characterized by a narrow case of cerebral blood vessels, and hypoplastic widely.

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