The initial manifestation of memory impairment is mild cognitive disorders characterized by mild signs of memory impairment, and / or general cognitive decline in the absence of data for the presence of dementia syndrome and prevent the possibility of cognitive impairment due to any cerebral or systemic disease, organ failure, intoxication (in including medical), depression, or mental retardation. The severity of cognitive deficits in patients with cerebrovascular disease are more correlated not with territorial infarcts caused by the defeat of major cerebral arteries, and on microvascular pathology (a minor heart attack, multiple lacunar infarcts, microbleeds), as well as cerebral atrophy, which may be due to vascular brain damage and specific neurodegenerative process. Since effective therapeutic drugs treat persistent cognitive impairment in the present does not exist, an alternative could be a strategy of weakening the development of cognitive impairment and their progression.
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