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Thrombotic strokes--what is a thrombotic stroke? - About.com
Mar 10, 2008 ... ... As: thromboembolic stroke. Common Misspellings: trombotic stroke. Examples: Thrombotic strokes are a common form of lacunar strokes ...
Severe Strokes: Which Types of Strokes Are the Most Deadly?
May 27, 2014 ... Thrombotic strokes are caused by large blood clots which either form inside of, or migrate into, one of the main blood vessels of the brain.
Facts and Statistics About Stroke - About.com
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Yet, few people are aware of what its symptoms are and what to do if it ever strikes what types of ...
Drugs Used To Prevent Or Treat Blood Clots
(These are called thrombotic strokes.) Second, thrombosis that occurs inside a vein or inside the heart can embolize. That is, the blood clot can break off and ...
The Uses of Heparin in Stroke and Other Diseases - About.com
Jun 9, 2014 ... Learn important information about that conditions that require heparin treatment, its relationship to stroke, its side effects and more.
Stroke - Heart Disease - About.com
Nov 7, 2013 ... Thrombotic strokes occur when a blood clot forms within one of the arteries that supply the brain, blocking the flow of blood to the brain.
Quick Tip: What Is a Thrombotic Stroke? Video
Thrombotic strokes occur due to a blood clot in the brain. Watch this About.com health video to learn more about this kind of stroke.
Atherosclerosis - Stroke - About.com
Feb 6, 2013 ... Blood clots growing inside the brain increase the risk of small thrombotic strokes, which are also known as lacunar strokes; Blood clots and ...
Ischemic Stroke Definition and Examples - About.com
Jun 18, 2014 ... Ischemic strokes cause permanent brain damage and long term impairments. Embolic and thrombotic strokes are examples of ischemic stroke.
What Is Stroke? - About.com
Because small blood vessels in the brain bring blood to proportionally small brain areas, thrombotic strokes tend to be small, and are sometimes referred to as ...
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