Middle cerebral artery moving to more lateral portions of the brain in each hemisphere, you can end up with?
what disorder at the symbolic level?
Brain damage - massive stroke -
This must be a homework assignment - we don't actually 'DO' homework in here. (+ info
what is the ICD-9 code for carotid artery occlusion with cerebral infarction: essential hypertension?
essential hypertension code is 401.0, 401.1 and 401.9
carotid artery occlusion with cerebral infarction code 433.10, 433.11 and 348.1 (+ info
Do you know of Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) and Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA)?
What is Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)?
What is Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA)?
Is CVA and MCA is related?
How do they connected?
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Doctor diagnosis this patient with...
1. Left MCA infarct
2. Hypertension emergency with organ damage retinohemorragic
3. Uncontrolled DM secondary to not complaint to meds
A CVA is an artery in the brain which has grow. The surroundings of this cel became thinner. The risk is that the braincell can collapse. It's a very vital organ and normally the damage is that braincells and arteries can be damaged. This can paralyze parts of the body. When there's a CVA on the left side it's possible you cannot speak: Afasie.
It's important the patient has enough rest. The revalidationperiod can take 6-12 months. It's important to exercise every day. (+ info
What medical term for cerebral infarction can trigger Google health search?
My friend's father suffers from cerebral infarction and I wanna look up some helpful information for him. I know Google health search can be triggered by medical glossary, but not cerebral infarction. What medical term for the disease cerebral infarction can i use to trigger Google health search?
Stroke, cerebral vascular accident, aneurysm (different from prior two) TIA (transischemal attack) (+ info
What can cause a blockage in the cerebral artery in the brain?
My ex just got his test results back and he has a 55% blockage in the cerebral artery. What will happen now? Meds or surgery?
Cholesterol builds up over time clogs up the arteries. I would imagine they will start with drugs, last resort surgery. (+ info
What the Differences between Cerebral Infarction and TIA'S?
I have CVA and TIA and now Cerebral Infarction just wonder what is different is between TIA and Cerebral Infarction?
Transient Ischemic Attack, means that brain cells suffered a temporary lack of oxygen. Cerebral Infarction means that brain cells died.
And I might point out, both of which have nothing to do with diabetes, the forum that we're in ;)
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My father suffers cerebral infarction, but he likes drinking. How can I stop him from drinking? Thank you!?
It's said that drinking does harm to people who suffer cerebral infarction a lot. My dad drinks when he is happy or sad. How can I persuade him not to drink?
Just tell him how much he means to you. Let him know that you will be so lonely without him and that you feel it is selfish for him to drink and shorten his time with you. He knows the damage and danger of drinking with this condition. Other than letting him know how important he is to you there is not much moer to be done. (+ info
what is the definition of fetal origin of the right posterior cerebral artery?
i had an mri/mra last week due to some left peripheral vision loss and headaches. my doctor told everything looked normal but yet she was going to refer me to a neurologist. looking over the notes, this is one thing i'm having a hard time defining. i'm just wondering why she would send me if everything is normal. maybe i'm over reacting
sounds like she wants a second opinion, and fetal origin means you were born with it, and posterior cerebral artery is the large artey on the outside of your head,,, probably where your headaches are...go get the second opinion,, better safe than sorry.. (+ info
Lionel suffered a ruptured artery middle cranial fossa, and pool of blood compressed left optic tract, destroy?
destroying its axons. What part of the visual field was blinded?
The right eye would be blinded. The optic nerve from the right eye crosses over at the optic chiasma to become the left optic tract. (+ info
what should i expect? aneurysm-cerebral artery?
I just found out that my mum has an aneurysm in
her left cerebral artery,
all i know is it's
about 5mm, they have done a lumbar puncher,
waiting for the results. they have sent her home
and want to do a coiling over the next two weeks.
She is 49 average health.
Just wanting to know what could be ahead.
Endovascular coiling is an increasingly popular treatment option, as it has a high success rate, with 77% of people making a significant improvement or a full recovery. This procedure is also less invasive compared to conventional clipping and recovery times are usually quicker.
That is from a UK hospital.
From a US site...and this is where you come in...
You may be advised not to participate in any strenuous activities. Your physician will instruct you about when you can return to work and resume normal activities.
Notify your physician to report any of the following:
* fever and/or chills
* increased pain, redness, swelling, or bleeding or other drainage from the insertion site
* coolness, numbness and/or tingling, or other changes in the affected extremity
* any changes in bodily functions or neurological changes, such as extreme headache, seizure, or loss of consciousness
...so you will have to stop your mum playing football for a bit!
There is a link to the US site which describes eveything in detail if you want to know, but don't you and your mum be scared. If nothing is done it could rupture and that is an emergency.
Look after her and I wish you both all the luck in the world.
six66 if you read this I am sorry for what happened. (+ info