Induction therapy with chronic cerebral circulation insufficiency
AUTHORS : Shehab L.F. | Shehab H.Yu.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Tver, Russia; Saida, Lebanon
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
Chronic cerebral circulatory insufficiency (CNMH) or chronic cerebral vascular insufficiency is an important problem in general therapeutic practice. This is due to both the general increase in cerebral vascular diseases among the adult population, especially the elderly, and the increase in neurological and mental disorders, leading to the disability of patients. Vascular diseases of the brain are the most common causes the occurrence of dementia in the elderly.