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Accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico - Medical Animation

 

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Accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Un accidente cerebrovascular ocurre cuando el flujo sanguíneo en parte de su cerebro es bloqueado. Después de algunos minutos, las hambrientas cerebrales comienzan a morir. Usualmente el cerebro recibe sangre mediante dos pares principales de arterias que se ramifican a través del tejido cerebral y alimentan a sus células cerebrales con un constante flujo de oxígeno, glucosa y nutrientes necesarios para sus funciones. Durante un accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico, el sangrado anormal interrumpe el flujo sanguíneo regular. Por ejemplo, en un accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico, un vaso sanguíneo se rompe, derramando sangre directamente en el cerebro, mientras roba al tejido provisto de alimento. Tanto la hemorragia y la falta de suministro de sangre, llamada isquemia, destruyen el tejido cerebral. Un accidente cerebrovascular subaracnoideo ocurre cuando un espacio débil en la pared de un vaso sanguíneo, llamado aneurisma, se rompe y gotea sangre en el espacio apretado entre su cerebro y su cráneo. El sangrado de presión alta puede dar como resultado serios daños al tejido cerebral. El tratamiento inmediato para su accidente cerebrovascular ayuda a minimizar la lesión a las células cerebrales y la muerte. En el caso de un accidente cerebrovascular hemorrágico, la cirugía de emergencia podría ser necesaria para reparar las arterias dañadas o para reducir la presión de la sangre en su cerebro. Puede que se le dé medicación para ayudar a que el flujo sanguíneo del cerebro se normalice.

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