Association of Diagnostic Stroke Biomarkers with Post Stroke Cognitive Impairment.

Abstract

Stroke patients are at a higher risk of developing progressive cognitive impairment, often retarding patient rehabilitation. Studies have been carried out to find out the molecular mechanism associated with the stroke and its consequences on the various brain regions implicated in cognitive function. The current available therapy does not improve long- term outcome and remains a substantially unmet medical need. The review is an approach to emphasize the risk factors and diagnostic biomarkers of stroke that can be associated with post-stroke cognitive deficit, which may help in detecting patients at increased risk of cognitive deterioration and prevent or delay the occurrence of post-stroke cognitive impairments.

Publication
Journal of Source Themes, 1(1)
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