Condition: Acute Cerebrovascular Disease

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Acute cerebrovascular disease is a health condition or event that suddenly strikes the blood vessels in the brain. Typically, acute cerebrovascular disease means a stroke, or bleeding in the brain. Acute cerebrovascular disease occurs when there is insufficient blood flow in the brain. A transient ischemic attack, also called a TIA or mini-stroke, may also be characterized as a type of acute cerebrovascular disease. Acute cerebrovascular disease may cause permanent or extensive damage to the tissues in the brain (in the case of a stroke) or only temporary symptoms (in the case of a TIA). People who smoke, are diabetic, or who have high blood pressure or high cholesterol are at an increased risk of acute cerebrovascular disease.

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Last updated on Jun 16 2018 at 06:32
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