Recent Examples of cerebrovascular from the Web
By 2013 the leading cause in 27 provinces was cerebrovascular disease.
Most recently, it has been seen that these creases are also implicated in cerebrovascular disease -- disease of the blood vessels in the brain.
That’s more than the number of deaths from pediatric congenital anomalies, heart disease, influenza and/or pneumonia, chronic lower respiratory disease, and cerebrovascular causes.
Its findings are anxiously awaited in a country with one of the world’s highest rates of cerebrovascular disease — a clear contributor to dementia rates — and a population one-fifth of whom will be 65 or older by 2030.
The cause was cerebrovascular disease, his wife, Jocelyn Sladen, said.
The Arrow Springs team alerted the neurosurgeon on call, Dr. Andrew Ringer, director of cerebrovascular surgery at Mayfield Brain & Spine.
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