Ischemic sentence example
- Since the renal allograft has no collateral arterial supply, irreversible injury may result if the ischemic time exceeds 1.5 hours.
- Very rarely, severe OHSS may be complicated by pulmonary embolism, ischemic stroke and myocardial infarction.
- No overt language dysfunction was found in our population of 18 patients with focal ischemic lesions primarily affecting the right frontal or temporal lobes.
- Development of computerized tomography (CT) that radically changes early diagnosis of ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke.
- An ischemic stroke - the most common form of stroke in children under age 15 - is caused by a blocked or narrowed artery.Advertisement
- A transient ischemic attack (TIA), also called a "mini stroke," is characterized by a short-term blood vessel obstruction or clot that tends to resolve itself quickly, usually within 10-20 minutes, or up to 24 hours.
- However, a TIA is a strong indicator of an ischemic stroke and should be evaluated in the same way as a stroke to prevent a more serious attack.
- The rate of ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke is similar among children aged one to 14.
- In the National Hospital Discharge Survey from 1980-1998, the rate of stroke for infants less than 30 days old (per 100,000 live births per year) was 26.4, with rates of 6.7 for hemorrhagic stroke and 17.8 for ischemic stroke.
- Boys have a 1.28-fold higher risk of stroke than girls and have a higher case-fatality rate for ischemic stroke than girls.Advertisement
- About 10-15 percent of children with sickle cell disease suffer a stroke, usually ischemic stroke.
- For an ischemic stroke, initial emergent treatment focuses on restoring blood flow to the brain.
- Despite current treatment, one out of 10 children with ischemic stroke will have a recurrence within five years.
- Paresthesias can also be caused by central nervous system disturbances, including stroke, transient ischemic attack (TIA), tumor, trauma, multiple sclerosis, or infection.
- Doctors rule out conditions that cause symptoms that resemble seizure disorders, including small strokes (transient ischemic attacks, or TIAs), fainting (syncope), pseudoseizures, and sleep attacks (narcolepsy).Advertisement