The paradox for women emerges in the imaging of ischemic stroke

LOS ANGELES – Although women seem to have more favorable vascular and hemodynamic measures after an ischemic stroke than men, on the whole, they present worse functional results, they demonstrate new evidence. The results suggest that other factors could drive this inconsistency. Women “had smaller penumbra, better collaterals, and slower lesion growth, but still, paradoxically, […]

The best foods that reduce stroke risk

One of the largest studies, conducted on 418,000 people in nine European countries, suggested that different foods can contribute separately to ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke. Two types of stroke are more common: ischemic stroke that occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery that supplies blood to the brain and a hemorrhagic stroke that […]