The term “Cerebrovascular” consists of two parts – ‘Cerebro’ means a large part of the brain and ‘Vascular’ means blood vessels. Together, the term “Cerebrovascular disease” means a range of conditions and disorders of brain vessels that affect cerebral circulation. The diseases may include various types of stenosis, aneurysms, vascular malformations, and transient ischemic attack (TIA). These disorders can lead to stroke and need immediate treatment such as medication or surgery.
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The cerebrovascular disease has the following symptoms:
Cerebrovascular disease is a medical emergency and must be diagnosed quickly to prevent a stroke. A number of diagnostic imaging tests are used to identify a particular Cerebrovascular problem. These tests allow neurosurgeons to view blood vessels and figure out the cause of the disease. The tests include:
Treatment of Cerebrovascular diseases depends on the specific condition diagnosed. If symptoms are mild, your doctor may prescribe medications to improve blood flow and minimize the risk of a stroke. However, if the blockage is severe and medication fails to treat the problem, you may need surgery. Treatment options include:
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As the cerebrovascular disease affects arteries and veins, it’s important to get treatment on time. If left untreated, it can lead to brain hemorrhage or stroke.
Due to advancements in medicine, the life expectancy of Cerebrovascular disease has improved over the years. However, stroke survivors still have a low life expectancy as compared to the general population.