The Role of Cerebral Venous Dyshemiasin the Formation of Chronic Cerebral Circulation Failure

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Janna Nazarova

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The arterial and venous components of the vascular bed of the brain are an interconnected system, the venous segment of which is a highly organized reflexogenic zone, which is responsible for the development of many complex reactions that ensure a normal level of cerebral blood flow.Despite the close relationship between the arterial link and the venous bed of the brain, the study of the venous component of the cerebral circulation has lagged significantly behind studies of arterial hemodynamics in normal and pathological conditions.The degree of compensation of venous dysgemia depends on collateral circulation and the rate of development of venous stasis inside the skull. Underestimation of the role of cerebral venous circulation in the formation of vascular cerebral pathology interferes with the correct understanding of the pathokinetic mechanisms of the development of chronic cerebral ischemia.


An important condition for the successful management of patients is the timely recognition and early diagnosis of chronic venous cerebral dyscirculation (VCD), which can lead to effective therapy.

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Janna Nazarova. (2021). The Role of Cerebral Venous Dyshemiasin the Formation of Chronic Cerebral Circulation Failure. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 4545–4552. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/598
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