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Gialdini et al., "Silent Brain Infarction and Risk of Future Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis," Stroke, vol.
Chen, "A multicenter, randomized, double-blinded and placebocontrolled study of acute brain infarction treated by human urinary kallidinogenase," Chinese Journal of Neurology, vol.
[UKPRwire, Thu Jul 18 2013] Global Markets Direct's, 'Cerebral Infarction (Brain Infarction) - Pipeline Review, H1 2013', provides an overview of the indication's therapeutic pipeline.
Ishihara later told a press conference in Tokyo that he was hospitalized for a mild brain infarction but denied any intention to step down as co-leader of the party or as a House of Representatives member.
To clarify whether each of Toll-like receptors participate in the pathological course of cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury, the size of brain infarction was compared by using TLR3, TLR4, TLR9 knock-out mice, and wild-type mice.
Within the necrotic areas was neutrophil margination inside vessels with transmigration through the vessel walls, consistent with a vital response to an early brain infarction. There were no abscesses, granulomas or toxoplasma cysts.
According to the study, published June 14 in Neurology, the risk of silent brain infarction is lower among people who exercise vigorously.
Depending on the localization of the focus, in 148 patients (67.3%) brain infarction occurred in the carotid region.
Silymarin but not silybin dose dependently (1-10 mcg/ kg iv) reduced CI/R induced brain infarction by 16-40%.
Pretreatment with silymarin, but not silibinin, dose-dependently (1-10 [mu]g/kg, i.v.) reduced CI/R-induced brain infarction by 16-40% and improved neurological deficits in rats with a stroke.
Brain infarction is the most common cause of stroke and happened to 105 patients.
The example of the system application can be shown on the evaluation of brain infarction core problem.