Diagnóstico y tratamiento | 05 SEP 16

Síndrome de vasoconstricción cerebral reversible

Se caracteriza por cefaleas intensas, con otros síntomas o sin ellos y constricción segmentaria de las arterias cerebrales, que se resuelve dentro de los tres meses de su inicio.
Autor: Dr. Ducros Anne Lancet Neurol 2012; 11: 906–17
INDICE:  1. Artículo | 2. Referencias

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Dr. Vladimir Alejandro Rosario Canela   Hace 1 año
Excelente sin desperdicio esta publicación. Voy a compartirla con otros colegas
Dra. Alicia Meza   Hace 1 año
Exelente articulo. Muchas veces no se tiene en cuenta este diagnostico
Dra. yourdes leyva bravo   Hace 1 año
muy bueno este articulo sobre las cefaleas.
Dr. carlos vargas blas   Hace 1 año
Muy buena actualizacion .Para tener en cuenta.
Dr. Juan Carlos Roma   Hace más de un año
Resulta ser un tema vidrioso al momento de la certificación de su presencia. No hay claros elementos referentes de especificidad, no creen?
Un saludo argentino.-
Dr. Mario Gabriel Rodriguez Estrada   Hace más de un año
Es un tema muy interesante, ya que en la práctica clínica diaria, siempre asisten pacientes que estan quejandose de cefaleas, y este es un cuadro mas que debe tomarse en cuenta dentro de los diagnósticos diferenciales de cefaleas.
Considero que ademas de los estudios mencionados deberia de tomarse en cuenta los laboratorios neurofisiologicos, con es el doppler transcraneal, el cual nos puede dar mucha información sobre espasmos vasculares, la vasoconstricción, perdidas de la elasticidad de las paredes de los vasos; pués con estudios como este podemos obtener valores de flujo sanguíneo cerebral, y de vasos extracraneales, sus indicis de pulsatilidad y de resistencia, que como repito pueden ayudar en este tipo de patologias.
Muchas gracias, por recibir el comentario y felicidades por el tema.
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