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Atrial septal defect

defect is small. Also, in terms of health risks, people who have had a cryptogenic stroke are more likely to have a PFO than the general population. A cardiac...

Last Update: 2021-03-25T20:02:37Z Word Count : 6031 Synonim Atrial septal defect

Idiopathic disease

use of the synonymous term cryptogenic disease as in cryptogenic stroke, and some forms of epilepsy. The use of cryptogenic is also sometimes reserved...

Last Update: 2021-03-03T07:40:03Z Word Count : 594 Synonim Idiopathic disease

Embolic stroke of undetermined source

forms a subset of cryptogenic stroke, which is part of the TOAST-classification. The following diagnostic criteria define an ESUS: Stroke detected by CT...

Last Update: 2021-02-22T12:17:17Z Word Count : 1302 Synonim Embolic stroke of undetermined source

Stroke

thrombosis. A stroke without an obvious explanation is termed cryptogenic (of unknown origin); this constitutes 30–40% of all ischemic strokes. There are...

Last Update: 2021-03-20T10:59:57Z Word Count : 18002 Synonim Stroke

Pediatric stroke

thrombosis. Stroke without an obvious explanation is termed "cryptogenic" (of unknown origin); this constitutes 30-40% of all ischemic strokes. Intracranial...

Last Update: 2021-01-02T02:40:15Z Word Count : 508 Synonim Pediatric stroke

Valve of inferior vena cava

valve and patent foramen ovale has been studied in patients with cryptogenic stroke (stroke of unknown cause). The eustachian valve, also called valvula venae...

Last Update: 2020-05-31T20:16:18Z Word Count : 683 Synonim Valve of inferior vena cava

Epilepsy

of epilepsy is unknown; some cases occur as the result of brain injury, stroke, brain tumors, infections of the brain, or birth defects through a process...

Last Update: 2021-04-04T08:45:10Z Word Count : 13083 Synonim Epilepsy

Deep vein thrombosis

"Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism Among Patients With a Cryptogenic Stroke Linked to Patent Foramen Ovale—A Review of the Literature". Frontiers...

Last Update: 2021-04-11T14:35:11Z Word Count : 14113 Synonim Deep vein thrombosis

Fibrillation

James E.; Alpert, Joseph S. (2017). "Silent Atrial Fibrillation and Cryptogenic Strokes". The American Journal of Medicine. Elsevier BV. 130 (3): 264–267...

Last Update: 2021-02-22T10:28:40Z Word Count : 630 Synonim Fibrillation

Millennials

In addition, between 30% and 40% of young patients suffered from cryptogenic strokes, or those with unknown causes. According to a 2019 report from the...

Last Update: 2021-04-13T07:43:38Z Word Count : 39117 Synonim Millennials

Sifap

sifap.de Rolfs et al. "Prevalence of Fabry disease in patients with cryptogenic stroke: a prospective study", The Lancet, Vol 366, 2005 Spada et al. "High...

Last Update: 2017-01-19T14:53:12Z Word Count : 463 Synonim Sifap

Disease

squalor, and other social problems. Medicine portal Biology portal Cryptogenic disease, a disease whose cause is currently unknown Developmental disability...

Last Update: 2021-04-10T00:50:37Z Word Count : 6620 Synonim Disease

List of medical abbreviations: C

Comp compound Conj conjunctiva CoNS coagulase-negative staphylcocci COP cryptogenic organizing pneumonitis COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease CO2...

Last Update: 2021-02-14T10:18:49Z Word Count : 12 Synonim List of medical abbreviations: C

Absence seizure

seizures: Occur only in the context of mainly severe symptomatic or cryptogenic epilepsies of children with learning difficulties who also suffer from...

Last Update: 2021-04-01T16:12:50Z Word Count : 2186 Synonim Absence seizure

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

34% in studies with data from child obesity clinics. The majority of cryptogenic cirrhosis is believed to be due to NASH. NAFLD prevalence is expected...

Last Update: 2021-04-06T02:53:55Z Word Count : 12567 Synonim Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Seizure types

the effect to consciousness is no longer regarded as useful. Replace cryptogenic with probably symptomatic. The hierarchy presented has the structure:...

Last Update: 2021-02-01T04:27:14Z Word Count : 1709 Synonim Seizure types

Side effects of cyproterone acetate

fulminant hepatic failure due to cyproterone acetate in a patient with cryptogenic liver cirrhosis]. Korean J Med. 77 (Suppl 1): S31-5. ISSN 1738-9364....

Last Update: 2021-01-02T20:04:51Z Word Count : 15049 Synonim Side effects of cyproterone acetate

Bilateral frontoparietal polymicrogyria

features of the Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Lennox-Gastaut syndrome can be cryptogenic or symptomatic, but the symptomatic forms have been associated with multiple...

Last Update: 2020-11-20T04:08:43Z Word Count : 2397 Synonim Bilateral frontoparietal polymicrogyria

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Atrial septal defect

Atrial septal defect (ASD) is a congenital heart defect in which blood flows between the atria (upper chambers) of the heart. Some flow is a normal condition both pre-birth and immediately post-birth via the foramen ovale; however, when this does not naturally close after birth it is referred to as a patent (open) foramen ovale (PFO). It is common in patients with a congenital atrial septal aneurysm (ASA). After PFO closure the atria normally are separated by a dividing wall, the interatrial septum. If this septum is defective or absent, then oxygen-rich blood can flow directly from the left side of the heart to mix with the oxygen-poor blood in the right side of the heart; or the opposite, depending on whether the left or right atrium has the higher blood pressure. In the absence of other heart defects, the left atrium has the higher pressure. This can lead to lower-than-normal oxygen levels in the arterial blood that supplies the brain, organs, and tissues. However, an ASD may not produce noticeable signs or symptoms, especially if the defect is small. Also, in terms of health risks, people who have had a cryptogenic stroke are more likely to have a PFO than the general population.A cardiac shunt is the presence of a net flow of blood through a defect, either from left to right or right to left. The amount of shunting present, if any, determines the hemodynamic significance of the ASD. A right-to-left-shunt results in venous blood entering the left side of the heart and into the arterial circulation without passing through the pulmonary circulation to be oxygenated. This may result in the clinical finding of cyanosis, the presence of bluish-colored skin, especially of the lips and under the nails. During development of the baby, the interatrial septum develops to separate the left and right atria. However, a hole in the septum called the foramen ovale allows blood from the right atrium to enter the left atrium during fetal development. This opening allows blood to bypass the nonfunctional fetal lungs while the fetus obtains its oxygen from the placenta. A layer of tissue called the septum secundum acts as a valve over the foramen ovale during fetal development. After birth, the pressure in the right side of the heart drops as the lungs open and begin working, causing the foramen ovale to close entirely. In about 25% of adults, the foramen ovale does not entirely seal. In these cases, any elevation of the pressure in the pulmonary circulatory system (due to pulmonary hypertension, temporarily while coughing, etc.) can cause the foramen ovale to remain open.


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