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100 questions and answers about stroke : a Lahey Clinic guide, Kinan K. Hreib

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100 questions and answers about stroke : a Lahey Clinic guide
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100 questions and answers about stroke
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a Lahey Clinic guide
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Kinan K. Hreib
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One hundred questions and answers about stroke
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100 questions & answers
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100 questions and answers about stroke : a Lahey Clinic guide, Kinan K. Hreib
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Includes index
Contents
  • pt. 1.
  • The basics.
  • What is a stroke?
  • What is a transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
  • What is the difference between transient ischemic attack and stroke?
  • What are the major causes of stroke?
  • How does a CT help with the diagnosis of stroke?
  • How does an MRI help with the diagnosis of stroke? --
  • How often do you get headaches with stroke? --
  • pt. 2.
  • Symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and strokes.
  • What are the common symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and stroke?
  • What is neglect syndrome?
  • What is aphasia?
  • Is dizziness a sign of stroke?
  • Is blurring of vision a sign of stroke?
  • What is "locked-in syndrome"?
  • pt. 3.
  • Types of ischemic strokes.
  • What is a lacunar stroke?
  • What is an embolic stroke? --
  • pt. 4.
  • Cardiac causes for stroke.
  • What is atrial fibrillation?
  • What is a paradoxical embolus?
  • What is the risk of stroke after a heart attack?
  • What is endocarditis?
  • Can strokes occur as a result of aortic arch disease?
  • How common are strokes from cardiac procedures? --
  • Can medication be a substitute for surgery in treating carotid disease?
  • What is a dissection?
  • What causes a dissection?
  • What is fibromuscular dysplasia?
  • How do you treat dissections?
  • What is a dissecting aneurysm?
  • Can dissections reoccur? --
  • pt. 5.
  • Strokes from the carotid and vertebral arteries.
  • How do you diagnose disease in the carotid and vertebral arteries?
  • How do you treat symptomatic carotid disease?
  • Should you treat asymptomatic carotid narrowing?
  • What if I do not qualify for surgery?
  • What if the carotid artery is completely blocked?
  • What if the narrowing of the artery is not accessible by surgery?
  • pt. 6.
  • Clotting abnormalities as a cause for strokes.
  • What are the common clotting disorders?
  • How does an abnormality in clotting factors increase the risk for stroke?
  • How do you test for clotting disorders?
  • What is the treatment for clotting abnormalities?
  • Can cancer cause a stroke? --
  • What is a cerebral cavernous angioma? --
  • pt. 7.
  • Hemorrhagic stroke.
  • What are the major causes of intracerebral hemorrhages?
  • What factors contribute to worsening of outcome in bleeds?
  • How do you treat bleeds?
  • How do you manage blood pressure in patients with a bleed?
  • How common is bleeding from warfarin?
  • What is an arterial-venous malformation?
  • Are aneurysms inherited?
  • Can you have a subarachnoid hemorrhage without an aneurysm?
  • How is an aneurysm treated?
  • How do you treat complications from subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • How do you monitor for spasms?
  • How do you treat spasms? --
  • pt. 8.
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  • What are the symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is a warning leak?
  • How do you diagnose subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is the risk of bleeding from an aneurysm?
  • What are the risk factors that cause an aneurysm to bleed?
  • Do aneurysms smaller than 7 mm bleed?
  • pt. 9.
  • Vasculitis.
  • What is giant cell arteritis?
  • What is primary central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can other inflammatory diseases cause central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can sarcoidosis cause strokes?
  • Can lupus cause strokes?
  • Can HIV cause strokes? --
  • Does radiation cause strokes?
  • Do migraines cause strokes?
  • Does taking oral contraceptives cause strokes?
  • What is CADASIL? --
  • pt. 10.
  • Other causes of stroke.
  • Can you have a stroke in the vein instead of the artery?
  • What is arterial-venous dural fistula?
  • Can street drugs cause strokes?
  • Can sickle cell disease cause stroke?
  • What is moyamoya disease?
  • What is MELAS?
  • Is clopidogrel or ticlopidine (Ticlid) as effective as aspirin in preventing stroke?
  • How effective is dipyridamole?
  • Can I continue to take aspirin and ibuprofen for my joint pain?
  • Is the discontinuation of aspiring for elective surgery necessary?--
  • When is warfarin used to prevent strokes?
  • What should I do if I notice an excessive amount of bleeding while I am on warfarin?
  • Is it necessary to discontinue warfarin for minor surgeries and dental cleaning?
  • What happens if I don't take warfarin for a few days?
  • Is heparin used to treat strokes? --
  • pt. 11.
  • Medical treatment of ischemic strokes.
  • When do you give tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA)?
  • How are transient ischemic attacks treated?
  • What is the best blood-thinning medication to prevent stroke?
  • Are higher doses of aspirin more effective?
  • What is the correct dose of aspirin to help prevent strokes?
  • Are there alternatives to aspirin?
  • pt. 12.
  • Complications from stroke.
  • What are the most common complications from stroke?
  • How should blood pressure be managed in an acute stroke? --
  • pt. 13.
  • Cardiac arrest and brain injury.
  • How can you determine recovery of brain function after cardiac arrest? --
  • pt. 14.
  • Risk factors.
  • What are the major risk factors for stroke?
  • Should patients with recent stroke also get evaluated for underlying asymptomatic coronary artery disease? --
  • pt. 15.
  • Recovery and rehabilitation.
  • What is constraint-induced movement therapy?
  • Are there medications that can affect recovery from a stroke?
  • What if normal swallowing does not return?
  • What is spasticity?
  • Is irritability and depression common after stroke?
  • How are decisions regarding extent of card made?
  • pt. 1.
  • The basics.
  • What is a stroke?
  • What is a transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
  • What is the difference between transient ischemic attack and stroke?
  • What are the major causes of stroke?
  • How does a CT help with the diagnosis of stroke?
  • How does an MRI help with the diagnosis of stroke? --
  • How often do you get headaches with stroke? --
  • pt. 2.
  • Symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and strokes.
  • What are the common symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and stroke?
  • What is neglect syndrome?
  • What is aphasia?
  • Is dizziness a sign of stroke?
  • Is blurring of vision a sign of stroke?
  • What is "locked-in syndrome"?
  • pt. 3.
  • Types of ischemic strokes.
  • What is a lacunar stroke?
  • What is an embolic stroke? --
  • pt. 4.
  • Cardiac causes for stroke.
  • What is atrial fibrillation?
  • What is a paradoxical embolus?
  • What is the risk of stroke after a heart attack?
  • What is endocarditis?
  • Can strokes occur as a result of aortic arch disease?
  • How common are strokes from cardiac procedures? --
  • Can medication be a substitute for surgery in treating carotid disease?
  • What is a dissection?
  • What causes a dissection?
  • What is fibromuscular dysplasia?
  • How do you treat dissections?
  • What is a dissecting aneurysm?
  • Can dissections reoccur? --
  • pt. 5.
  • Strokes from the carotid and vertebral arteries.
  • How do you diagnose disease in the carotid and vertebral arteries?
  • How do you treat symptomatic carotid disease?
  • Should you treat asymptomatic carotid narrowing?
  • What if I do not qualify for surgery?
  • What if the carotid artery is completely blocked?
  • What if the narrowing of the artery is not accessible by surgery?
  • pt. 6.
  • Clotting abnormalities as a cause for strokes.
  • What are the common clotting disorders?
  • How does an abnormality in clotting factors increase the risk for stroke?
  • How do you test for clotting disorders?
  • What is the treatment for clotting abnormalities?
  • Can cancer cause a stroke? --
  • What is a cerebral cavernous angioma? --
  • pt. 7.
  • Hemorrhagic stroke.
  • What are the major causes of intracerebral hemorrhages?
  • What factors contribute to worsening of outcome in bleeds?
  • How do you treat bleeds?
  • How do you manage blood pressure in patients with a bleed?
  • How common is bleeding from warfarin?
  • What is an arterial-venous malformation?
  • Are aneurysms inherited?
  • Can you have a subarachnoid hemorrhage without an aneurysm?
  • How is an aneurysm treated?
  • How do you treat complications from subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • How do you monitor for spasms?
  • How do you treat spasms? --
  • pt. 8.
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  • What are the symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is a warning leak?
  • How do you diagnose subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is the risk of bleeding from an aneurysm?
  • What are the risk factors that cause an aneurysm to bleed?
  • Do aneurysms smaller than 7 mm bleed?
  • pt. 9.
  • Vasculitis.
  • What is giant cell arteritis?
  • What is primary central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can other inflammatory diseases cause central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can sarcoidosis cause strokes?
  • Can lupus cause strokes?
  • Can HIV cause strokes? --
  • Does radiation cause strokes?
  • Do migraines cause strokes?
  • Does taking oral contraceptives cause strokes?
  • What is CADASIL? --
  • pt. 10.
  • Other causes of stroke.
  • Can you have a stroke in the vein instead of the artery?
  • What is arterial-venous dural fistula?
  • Can street drugs cause strokes?
  • Can sickle cell disease cause stroke?
  • What is moyamoya disease?
  • What is MELAS?
  • Is clopidogrel or ticlopidine (Ticlid) as effective as aspirin in preventing stroke?
  • How effective is dipyridamole?
  • Can I continue to take aspirin and ibuprofen for my joint pain?
  • Is the discontinuation of aspiring for elective surgery necessary?--
  • When is warfarin used to prevent strokes?
  • What should I do if I notice an excessive amount of bleeding while I am on warfarin?
  • Is it necessary to discontinue warfarin for minor surgeries and dental cleaning?
  • What happens if I don't take warfarin for a few days?
  • Is heparin used to treat strokes? --
  • pt. 11.
  • Medical treatment of ischemic strokes.
  • When do you give tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA)?
  • How are transient ischemic attacks treated?
  • What is the best blood-thinning medication to prevent stroke?
  • Are higher doses of aspirin more effective?
  • What is the correct dose of aspirin to help prevent strokes?
  • Are there alternatives to aspirin?
  • pt. 12.
  • Complications from stroke.
  • What are the most common complications from stroke?
  • How should blood pressure be managed in an acute stroke? --
  • pt. 13.
  • Cardiac arrest and brain injury.
  • How can you determine recovery of brain function after cardiac arrest? --
  • pt. 14.
  • Risk factors.
  • What are the major risk factors for stroke?
  • Should patients with recent stroke also get evaluated for underlying asymptomatic coronary artery disease? --
  • pt. 15.
  • Recovery and rehabilitation.
  • What is constraint-induced movement therapy?
  • Are there medications that can affect recovery from a stroke?
  • What if normal swallowing does not return?
  • What is spasticity?
  • Is irritability and depression common after stroke?
  • How are decisions regarding extent of card made?
Control code
136781636
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 185 p.
Isbn
9780763750701
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007021402
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)136781636
Label
100 questions and answers about stroke : a Lahey Clinic guide, Kinan K. Hreib
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • pt. 1.
  • The basics.
  • What is a stroke?
  • What is a transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
  • What is the difference between transient ischemic attack and stroke?
  • What are the major causes of stroke?
  • How does a CT help with the diagnosis of stroke?
  • How does an MRI help with the diagnosis of stroke? --
  • How often do you get headaches with stroke? --
  • pt. 2.
  • Symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and strokes.
  • What are the common symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and stroke?
  • What is neglect syndrome?
  • What is aphasia?
  • Is dizziness a sign of stroke?
  • Is blurring of vision a sign of stroke?
  • What is "locked-in syndrome"?
  • pt. 3.
  • Types of ischemic strokes.
  • What is a lacunar stroke?
  • What is an embolic stroke? --
  • pt. 4.
  • Cardiac causes for stroke.
  • What is atrial fibrillation?
  • What is a paradoxical embolus?
  • What is the risk of stroke after a heart attack?
  • What is endocarditis?
  • Can strokes occur as a result of aortic arch disease?
  • How common are strokes from cardiac procedures? --
  • Can medication be a substitute for surgery in treating carotid disease?
  • What is a dissection?
  • What causes a dissection?
  • What is fibromuscular dysplasia?
  • How do you treat dissections?
  • What is a dissecting aneurysm?
  • Can dissections reoccur? --
  • pt. 5.
  • Strokes from the carotid and vertebral arteries.
  • How do you diagnose disease in the carotid and vertebral arteries?
  • How do you treat symptomatic carotid disease?
  • Should you treat asymptomatic carotid narrowing?
  • What if I do not qualify for surgery?
  • What if the carotid artery is completely blocked?
  • What if the narrowing of the artery is not accessible by surgery?
  • pt. 6.
  • Clotting abnormalities as a cause for strokes.
  • What are the common clotting disorders?
  • How does an abnormality in clotting factors increase the risk for stroke?
  • How do you test for clotting disorders?
  • What is the treatment for clotting abnormalities?
  • Can cancer cause a stroke? --
  • What is a cerebral cavernous angioma? --
  • pt. 7.
  • Hemorrhagic stroke.
  • What are the major causes of intracerebral hemorrhages?
  • What factors contribute to worsening of outcome in bleeds?
  • How do you treat bleeds?
  • How do you manage blood pressure in patients with a bleed?
  • How common is bleeding from warfarin?
  • What is an arterial-venous malformation?
  • Are aneurysms inherited?
  • Can you have a subarachnoid hemorrhage without an aneurysm?
  • How is an aneurysm treated?
  • How do you treat complications from subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • How do you monitor for spasms?
  • How do you treat spasms? --
  • pt. 8.
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  • What are the symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is a warning leak?
  • How do you diagnose subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is the risk of bleeding from an aneurysm?
  • What are the risk factors that cause an aneurysm to bleed?
  • Do aneurysms smaller than 7 mm bleed?
  • pt. 9.
  • Vasculitis.
  • What is giant cell arteritis?
  • What is primary central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can other inflammatory diseases cause central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can sarcoidosis cause strokes?
  • Can lupus cause strokes?
  • Can HIV cause strokes? --
  • Does radiation cause strokes?
  • Do migraines cause strokes?
  • Does taking oral contraceptives cause strokes?
  • What is CADASIL? --
  • pt. 10.
  • Other causes of stroke.
  • Can you have a stroke in the vein instead of the artery?
  • What is arterial-venous dural fistula?
  • Can street drugs cause strokes?
  • Can sickle cell disease cause stroke?
  • What is moyamoya disease?
  • What is MELAS?
  • Is clopidogrel or ticlopidine (Ticlid) as effective as aspirin in preventing stroke?
  • How effective is dipyridamole?
  • Can I continue to take aspirin and ibuprofen for my joint pain?
  • Is the discontinuation of aspiring for elective surgery necessary?--
  • When is warfarin used to prevent strokes?
  • What should I do if I notice an excessive amount of bleeding while I am on warfarin?
  • Is it necessary to discontinue warfarin for minor surgeries and dental cleaning?
  • What happens if I don't take warfarin for a few days?
  • Is heparin used to treat strokes? --
  • pt. 11.
  • Medical treatment of ischemic strokes.
  • When do you give tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA)?
  • How are transient ischemic attacks treated?
  • What is the best blood-thinning medication to prevent stroke?
  • Are higher doses of aspirin more effective?
  • What is the correct dose of aspirin to help prevent strokes?
  • Are there alternatives to aspirin?
  • pt. 12.
  • Complications from stroke.
  • What are the most common complications from stroke?
  • How should blood pressure be managed in an acute stroke? --
  • pt. 13.
  • Cardiac arrest and brain injury.
  • How can you determine recovery of brain function after cardiac arrest? --
  • pt. 14.
  • Risk factors.
  • What are the major risk factors for stroke?
  • Should patients with recent stroke also get evaluated for underlying asymptomatic coronary artery disease? --
  • pt. 15.
  • Recovery and rehabilitation.
  • What is constraint-induced movement therapy?
  • Are there medications that can affect recovery from a stroke?
  • What if normal swallowing does not return?
  • What is spasticity?
  • Is irritability and depression common after stroke?
  • How are decisions regarding extent of card made?
  • pt. 1.
  • The basics.
  • What is a stroke?
  • What is a transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
  • What is the difference between transient ischemic attack and stroke?
  • What are the major causes of stroke?
  • How does a CT help with the diagnosis of stroke?
  • How does an MRI help with the diagnosis of stroke? --
  • How often do you get headaches with stroke? --
  • pt. 2.
  • Symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and strokes.
  • What are the common symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and stroke?
  • What is neglect syndrome?
  • What is aphasia?
  • Is dizziness a sign of stroke?
  • Is blurring of vision a sign of stroke?
  • What is "locked-in syndrome"?
  • pt. 3.
  • Types of ischemic strokes.
  • What is a lacunar stroke?
  • What is an embolic stroke? --
  • pt. 4.
  • Cardiac causes for stroke.
  • What is atrial fibrillation?
  • What is a paradoxical embolus?
  • What is the risk of stroke after a heart attack?
  • What is endocarditis?
  • Can strokes occur as a result of aortic arch disease?
  • How common are strokes from cardiac procedures? --
  • Can medication be a substitute for surgery in treating carotid disease?
  • What is a dissection?
  • What causes a dissection?
  • What is fibromuscular dysplasia?
  • How do you treat dissections?
  • What is a dissecting aneurysm?
  • Can dissections reoccur? --
  • pt. 5.
  • Strokes from the carotid and vertebral arteries.
  • How do you diagnose disease in the carotid and vertebral arteries?
  • How do you treat symptomatic carotid disease?
  • Should you treat asymptomatic carotid narrowing?
  • What if I do not qualify for surgery?
  • What if the carotid artery is completely blocked?
  • What if the narrowing of the artery is not accessible by surgery?
  • pt. 6.
  • Clotting abnormalities as a cause for strokes.
  • What are the common clotting disorders?
  • How does an abnormality in clotting factors increase the risk for stroke?
  • How do you test for clotting disorders?
  • What is the treatment for clotting abnormalities?
  • Can cancer cause a stroke? --
  • What is a cerebral cavernous angioma? --
  • pt. 7.
  • Hemorrhagic stroke.
  • What are the major causes of intracerebral hemorrhages?
  • What factors contribute to worsening of outcome in bleeds?
  • How do you treat bleeds?
  • How do you manage blood pressure in patients with a bleed?
  • How common is bleeding from warfarin?
  • What is an arterial-venous malformation?
  • Are aneurysms inherited?
  • Can you have a subarachnoid hemorrhage without an aneurysm?
  • How is an aneurysm treated?
  • How do you treat complications from subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • How do you monitor for spasms?
  • How do you treat spasms? --
  • pt. 8.
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  • What are the symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is a warning leak?
  • How do you diagnose subarachnoid hemorrhage?
  • What is the risk of bleeding from an aneurysm?
  • What are the risk factors that cause an aneurysm to bleed?
  • Do aneurysms smaller than 7 mm bleed?
  • pt. 9.
  • Vasculitis.
  • What is giant cell arteritis?
  • What is primary central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can other inflammatory diseases cause central nervous system vasculitis?
  • Can sarcoidosis cause strokes?
  • Can lupus cause strokes?
  • Can HIV cause strokes? --
  • Does radiation cause strokes?
  • Do migraines cause strokes?
  • Does taking oral contraceptives cause strokes?
  • What is CADASIL? --
  • pt. 10.
  • Other causes of stroke.
  • Can you have a stroke in the vein instead of the artery?
  • What is arterial-venous dural fistula?
  • Can street drugs cause strokes?
  • Can sickle cell disease cause stroke?
  • What is moyamoya disease?
  • What is MELAS?
  • Is clopidogrel or ticlopidine (Ticlid) as effective as aspirin in preventing stroke?
  • How effective is dipyridamole?
  • Can I continue to take aspirin and ibuprofen for my joint pain?
  • Is the discontinuation of aspiring for elective surgery necessary?--
  • When is warfarin used to prevent strokes?
  • What should I do if I notice an excessive amount of bleeding while I am on warfarin?
  • Is it necessary to discontinue warfarin for minor surgeries and dental cleaning?
  • What happens if I don't take warfarin for a few days?
  • Is heparin used to treat strokes? --
  • pt. 11.
  • Medical treatment of ischemic strokes.
  • When do you give tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA)?
  • How are transient ischemic attacks treated?
  • What is the best blood-thinning medication to prevent stroke?
  • Are higher doses of aspirin more effective?
  • What is the correct dose of aspirin to help prevent strokes?
  • Are there alternatives to aspirin?
  • pt. 12.
  • Complications from stroke.
  • What are the most common complications from stroke?
  • How should blood pressure be managed in an acute stroke? --
  • pt. 13.
  • Cardiac arrest and brain injury.
  • How can you determine recovery of brain function after cardiac arrest? --
  • pt. 14.
  • Risk factors.
  • What are the major risk factors for stroke?
  • Should patients with recent stroke also get evaluated for underlying asymptomatic coronary artery disease? --
  • pt. 15.
  • Recovery and rehabilitation.
  • What is constraint-induced movement therapy?
  • Are there medications that can affect recovery from a stroke?
  • What if normal swallowing does not return?
  • What is spasticity?
  • Is irritability and depression common after stroke?
  • How are decisions regarding extent of card made?
Control code
136781636
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 185 p.
Isbn
9780763750701
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007021402
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)136781636

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