Cerebral infarction

About cerebral infarction

A cerebral infarction is an area of necrotic (dead) brain tissue. It is caused by an interruption in blood and oxygen supply to the brain due to a blockage or narrowing of the arteries. Symptoms can vary depending on the area of the brain affected. Factors increasing the risk of cerebral infarction include high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, tobacco smoking, obesity, and dyslipidemia1.


References

1. Cerebral infarction.
Wikipedia. Cited on 13/03/2018.
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