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№1' 2015


International Medical Journal, Vol. 21., Iss. 1, 2015, P. 67−71.


Irina Anatolevna Hryhorova, Natalia Sergeevna Kufterina, Grygorov S. M.

Kharkiv National Medical University, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Cerebral circulation disorders are one of the most important problems of clinical neurology. In recent years, despite the large number of modern methods of diagnosis and treatment, increase of this disease, especially in people of productive age, has been noted. The purpose of the work was to study the clinical and neurological features of stroke in young people by means of the study of literature data and clinical examination of 2 patients who were hospitalized to Kharkiv Regional Hospital. The complexity of the problem of stroke in young people is due to lack of knowledge about this disease, poor population information about the first symptoms and their consequences, which ranks first among the causes of primary disability, and adverse social and economic situation. The interest in the study of clinical and neurological features of cerebral circulation disorders in young people is due to the fact that the etiology of stroke in young patients differs greatly from that in older patients and often remains unclear, which is important for prevention of recurrent episodes. At present an algorithm for treatment of young patients has not been developed sufficiently. This problem has great medical and social significance. The article presents the original observations of young patients after acute cerebral circulation disorders. The question of the causes, pathogenesis, clinical presentation and therapeutic tactics of cerebral circulation disorders in young people remains opened. The literature data allow us to conclude that, despite the challenges of modern medicine, there are many issues that require further study. The obtained results show that there are a number of problems, which are responsible for special presentation of cerebral circulation disorders in young adults

Key words: cerebral circulation disorders, young age, Moya−Moya disease, vascular malformations.

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