What Is Microvascular Ischemia?

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A microvascular disease is one that affects the small vessels of the body. Usually, this disease affects the heart, and it is known as coronary microvascular disease. This leads to a disturbance of the normal supply of blood to body organs.
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Microvascular ischemia is a decreased blood supply to the portion of the circulatory system composed of the smallest vessels, such as the capillaries, arterioles, and venules.
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Apparently some of the white matter cells around the ventricles have died due to small blood vessel inability to supply them with enough oxygen. Basically the brain's gray matter
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In medicine, ischemia (Greek ισχαιμία, isch- is restriction, hema or haema is blood) is a restriction in blood supply, generally due to factors
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the causes are many ,vasculitis ,infections,autoimmune diseases,diabetus,,unknown aetiogy ,genetics play a major role in predisposing and if exposed to environemntal factors trigger
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Apparently some of the white matter cells around the ventricles have died due to small blood vessel inability to supply them with enough oxygen. Basically the ...
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