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Mikrokrwotoki mózgowe — nowe oblicze mikroangiopatii mózgowej: obraz kliniczny i aspekty praktyczne

Edyta Brelak1, Jacek Antecki1, Grzegorz Kozera2, Piotr Sobolewski34
Forum Medycyny Rodzinnej 2018;12(4):127-134.

Streszczenie

Lekarz rodzinny sprawujący systematyczną opiekę nad chorymi w starszym wieku, z postępującym procesem otępiennym, po udarze mózgu oraz wymagających przewlekłego stosowania doustnych leków przeciwpłytkowych, antykoagulantów i statyn, coraz częściej spotyka się w dokumentacji lekarskiej z pojęciem mikrokrwotoki mózgowe (cerebral microbleeds; CMBs). Artykuł pozwala przybliżyć lekarzom rodzinnym najnowszą wiedzę o znaczeniu klinicznym CMBs oraz poznać najnowsze zalecenia i rekomendacje towarzystw naukowych, w odniesieniu do prowadzenia terapii w ostrych incydentach sercowo-naczyniowych oraz profilaktyki wtórnej udaru mózgu u chorych z wcześniej wykrytymi CMBs.

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