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Prognosis of the probability of development and progression of the disease under the influence of factors causing cerebral vascular disorders in vascular parkinsonism

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Abstract

Cerebrovascular disease, according to many studies, causes 1 to 15% of cases of Parkinsonism. "...200 out of every 100,000 people in the world have the disease...". Parkinson's disease is a chronically stable progressive, unavoidable disease, second only in prevalence among the elderly and among neurodegenerative diseases worldwide. The number of elderly people worldwide has increased by 48% since 2000 and is expected to continue to increase by 56% between 2015 and 2030. According to the International Parkinson's Foundation, the number of Parkinson's disease cases worldwide will exceed 10 million by 2020. In particular, prediction of severe complications based on the analysis of neurological, neurophysiological, neuroimaging features of the clinical course of vascular Parkinsonism, prevention of cognitive and motor disorders, assessment of the patient's disability index through key quality of life indicators, diagnostic and treatment algorithms, and determination of differential approach measures are of particular importance. A number of scientific studies are being conducted worldwide to clarify the features of optimization of multivariate analysis of cerebral vascular impairment in parkinsonism.

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Dilshoda Turdiqulovna Akramova, Ra’no Baxodirovna Azizova, Satima Razzakovna Kuranbaeva, Bekzod Abdusattorovich Ibodov. Prognosis of the probability of development and progression of the disease under the influence of factors causing cerebral vascular disorders in vascular parkinsonism. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.1174-1177; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.11741177; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no25-december-2022/prognosis-probability-development

Keywords

Parkinson's disease,  Cerebrovascular disease,  Prevention,  Treatment
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