Vasogenic cerebral edema refers to a type of cerebral edema in which the blood brain barrier (BBB) is disrupted (cf. cytotoxic cerebral edema, where the BBB is. Cytotoxic cerebral edema refers to a type of cerebral edema, most commonly seen in cerebral ischemia, in which extracellular water passes into cells, resulting . Isto leva a aplanamento dos giros e apagamento dos sulcos, que são o melhor meio para diagnosticar edema cerebral na macroscopia. As causas de edema.
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The pathophysiological mechanisms following traumatic brain injury.
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Traumatic brain cersbral is the main cause of death and disability in children and adults in Western Countries. The definitive brain injury is a consequence of pathophysiological mechanisms that begin at the moment of an accident and may extend for days or weeks. Vasogenco brain injury may be classified as diffuse or focal. These two mechanisms are commonly associated in a patient, however one is generally predominant.
Therefore knowledge of the pathophysiological mechanisms of brain injury in head trauma is important to establish the therapeutic, clinical and surgical measures. In this paper the authors present a critical review of the literature on the pathophysiological principles of traumatic ceeebral injury. I Mecanismos de morte celular.
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