About this Research Topic
Cerebrovascular diseases threaten public health, especially the aging population. Deep understanding of the features of cerebrovascular diseases can effectively assist in clinical practice. Recent studies showed that the genesis and development of cerebrovascular diseases involved in many mechanisms, e.g. inflammation, hemodynamics, dysplasia and so on. However, most of these factors will result in a degeneration of cerebral vessels and neurodegeneration, which plays an important role on genesis and development of cerebrovascular diseases. Therefore, how to diagnose and block the pathological change of degeneration of cerebral vessels could provide neurosurgeons and neurologists useful tools in the clinical practice, and provide patients an accurate treatment which could significantly improve the prognosis.
This Research Topic will focus on the frontiers in the accurate treatment of cerebrovascular disease, including hemorrhagic and ischemic diseases. The goal of this Topic is to discuss the advances of pathology, diagnostic methods, potential treatment targets and relative neurodegeneration of intracranial aneurysms, moyamoya diseases, arteriovenous malformations, ischemic stroke, internal carotid stenosis and so on. We hope that this topic can provide the cutting-edge insight of diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular disease for neurosurgeons and neurologists, and provide a basis for exploring the genesis, development and prognosis of cerebrovascular diseases, and finally promote the accuracy treatment of cerebrovascular diseases.
In this Research Topic, we will focus on the frontiers of diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular diseases. Moreover, the clinical translation and what this study can provide for future breakthrough will be our major concern. We would like to accept the studies on the pathology, advanced diagnostic methods, mechanisms and new insight of treatment of cerebrovascular diseases, including hemorrhagic and ischemic diseases.
Keywords: Cerebrovascular diseases; Accurate treatment; Pathology; Diagnostic methods; Treatment targets
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