Ischemic vs. Hemorrhagic Blood Flow in Cerebral Vascular Accidents


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Ischemic vs. Hemorrhagic Blood Flow in Cerebral Vascular Accidents
This paper discusses the core differences between ischemic and hemorrhagic and various signs, symptoms and causes of the two. Diagnostic methods, etiology and rehabilitation and prognosis are also examined under the scope of epidemiology under the frame work of cerebral vascular accidents (stroke).
The results from both ischemic and hemorrhagic blood flow can range from minor in nature and cause to causing irrevocable harm and even fatality. By definition, hemorrhagic blood flow is a loss of blood or more simply, blood where is should not be. Ischemic blood flow is an unusual constriction of blood to a specific area or complete loss of blood to a specific area due to a...
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