(redirected from Brain ischemia)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Brain ischemia: Cerebral ischemia
See: intellect
References in periodicals archive ?
Nishikawa: There was a time when vascular and neurosurgeons did internal carotid to external carotid bypass surgery to alleviate symptoms that were due to brain ischemia.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Brain Ischemia.
According to multiple research papers written on the PET/MRI scanner, it is reasonable to expect that PET/MRI will provide new insights in the field of neuroscience and neurologic disorders, such as neurodegeneration, brain ischemia, neuro-oncology and seizures.
Mitochondrial generation of reactive oxygen species after brain ischemia in the rat.
The sponsor of the study is BeneChill(R), a privately held medical device company which develops novel, rapid cooling systems to improve survival and brain function after cardiac arrest and other forms of brain ischemia.
Because of its high sensitivity in the detection of acute stroke and the opportunity for earlier detection of ischemia compared with conventional imaging, it is at the core of the acute brain ischemia workup at many institutions.
Holzschuh M, Metz C, Woertgen C, et al: Brain ischemia detected by tissue-p[O.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Brain Ischemia - Pipeline Review, H1 2012', provides an overview of the Brain Ischemia therapeutic pipeline.
Keywords: Brain lipidomics Olive leaf extract Brain ischemia and reperfusion Stroke model
GMOL, the proprietary prescription medicine for TPI with averaged annual revenue of $22 million, is used nationwide in China to treat brain ischemia and infarction, coronary heart diseases, memory dysfunction and other neurological disorders.
This collection of articles examines this and related facets of the disease, including cerebrovascular damage, brain ischemia (through insights from pre-clinical animal models), pathological factors in the ischemic and aged brain, transient occlusions of the middle cerebral artery in rats and related amyloid deposits in the thalamus, thalamic calcification and beta-amyloid deposition following focal cerebra ischemia, ischemia-reperfusion in promoting tau- and beta-amyloid pathologies, the ischemic blood-brain barrier, and new insights about treatment based on that of stroke at delayed time points.

Full browser ?