Cerebral infarction and cerebral thrombosis in younger men

Cerebral infarction and cerebral thrombosis in younger men

Chinese mainland doctors have noticed that cerebral infarction and cerebral thrombosis are occurring more frequently in younger men.  They used to occur mostly among older men.  They can lead to microstrokes or cerebrovascular accidents and partial physical paralyses.  In general, cerebral hemorrhage accounts for only 15% while cerebral infarction and cerebral thrombosis account for 85% of brain damage cases.

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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