Stroke or cerebrovascular attacks can occur as a result of the reduction or restriction of blood flow to the brain due to clogged carotid blood vessels, which are found on both sides of your neck. If this blood flow going to the brain is cut off for more than a few minutes, permanent damage begins in the brain. This stroke can conclude with long-term disability, fainting, and death.
The worst aspect is that it can cause direct poor consequences without exhibiting any findings. This means that it is an insidiously progressing disease.
Causes that increase the incidence of these diseases:
High cholesterol and triglyceride in the blood,
Hypertension, advanced age, use of cigarettes-hookah-tobacco, Sedentary lifestyle, Family history, Diabetes, or insulin-resistance.
A Doppler ultrasound or angiography are necessary for diagnosis.
Those with this disease are at a risk of cardiovascular embolisms or peripheric arterial embolisms and must be examined.
Treatment can be in the form of medication, angiographic balloons and stings, or surgery. It is important to prevent its formation for the elimination of the causes.
The goal at our clinic is to diagnose early, monitor the disease, and prevent is progression.