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What is the difference between lipohyalinosis and microatheroma?

Lacunar strokes (small-vessel subcortical strokes) are commonly caused by "lipohyalinosis" or "microatheroma"(1). Both mechanisms appear to be related to hypertension and diabetes, ...
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Why anti-VEGF increase in preeclampsia?

Anti-VEGF(vascular endothelial growth factor) Now my question is about pathogenesis of preeclampsia, where in due to underdeveloped placental spiral arteries, they become high resistance, low ...
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How do epileptic seizures start? [closed]

The basics of epileptic seizures are pretty well known. Strong, uncoordinated neural activity spreads throughout the brain, causing symptoms like confusion, hallucinations, headache, involuntary ...
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