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Accidente cerebrovascular isquémico - Medical Animation


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Accidente cerebrovascular isquémico - 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. En un tipo de accidente cerebrovascular, el accidente cerebrovascular isquémico, una arteria en su cerebro se encoge o se bloquea completamente, impidiendo el flujo sanguíneo regular. El bloqueo puede ser causado por un coágulo de sangre, también llamado un trombo, el cual se forma en una arteria poco saludable del cerebro. La falta de flujo de sangre causa que el tejido al que alimenta la arteria se vuelva hambriento o isquémico. Igualmente, el bloqueo puede deberse a un émbolo, un coágulo de sangre que se forma en otra parte del cuerpo y viaja hasta el cerebro. El émbolo se alberga en una arteria angosta y obstruye el flujo sanguíneo. El tratamiento inmediato para su accidente cerebrovascular ayuda a minimizar la lesión a las células cerebrales y la muerte. Si tiene un accidente cerebrovascular isquémico, puede que se le dé medicación para romper el coágulo que causa el derrame cerebral. Más adelante, su médico podría recomendar cirugía, como una endarterectomía carotidea para reducir su riesgo de tener otro accidente cerebrovascular isquémico.

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