Symptoms of acute cerebral thrombosis?

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Cerebral thrombosis is the most common disease in middle-aged and elderly people, and its occurrence will bring great harm to people. If the treatment is not timely or improper, it will endanger life. To treat the disease well, we must have a thorough understanding of the disease, so as to better cooperate with the doctor's treatment. Below we need to understand the classification of cerebral thrombosis and the characteristics of symptoms of cerebral thrombosis.

Symptoms of acute cerebral thrombosis?

1. Posterior cortical type: the lesion is located at the junction of parietal, occipital and frontal areas, which is the middle and posterior cerebral artery or the cortical watershed area of the anterior, middle and posterior cerebral artery. The most common type is lower quadrant blindness, with cortical sensory disturbance, no hemiplegia or mild; About half of the cases had apathy and memory loss. The main lesion showed transcortical sensory aphasia, and the non main side showed body image disorder.

2. Subcortical type: the lesion is located in the deep white matter, putamen and caudate nucleus of the brain, which is the watershed between the cortical branches and deep perforating branches of the anterior, middle and posterior cerebral arteries. Or anterior cerebral artery return branch and middle cerebral artery lenticular artery watershed infarction, pure motor hemiplegia or sensory impairment, involuntary movement.

3. Precortical type: the lesion is located in the middle frontal gyrus, which can run along the upper part of the anterior and posterior central gyrus and directly reach the superior nuchal lobule. It is a watershed cerebral infarction of the anterior and middle cerebral arteries. Hemiplegia and hemiparesthesia, strong grip reflex and focal Craniopathy were found in the upper limbs, and transcortical motor aphasia was found in the main side.

matters needing attention

These are the specific explanations about the treatment of acute cerebral thrombosis. I hope patients can learn more about the nursing and knowledge of acute cerebral thrombosis through these measures to promote the treatment and recovery of the disease.