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Hypoperfusion causes brain damage?

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Dr. Gamal Boutros
Neurology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

How did you measure the hypoperfusion, just low blood pressure, anemia, low heart rate, or you measured the cerebral blood flow.

In brief: Yes

How did you measure the hypoperfusion, just low blood pressure, anemia, low heart rate, or you measured the cerebral blood flow.
Dr. Gamal Boutros
Dr. Gamal Boutros
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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology

In brief: Yes

Hypoperfusion means inadequate blood supply to areas of the brain.
If it occurs for long enough, it will cause permanent damage.

In brief: Yes

Hypoperfusion means inadequate blood supply to areas of the brain.
If it occurs for long enough, it will cause permanent damage.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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Dr. Brian Writer
Psychiatry

In brief: Possibly

In general, hypoperfusion refers to decreased blood flow.
Depending on the degree, location and and duration of hypoperfusion to the brain, yes, hypoperfusion can result in brain damage that may or may not be grossly observable (and/or modifiable) as it relates to the individual's day to day emotional/functional status.

In brief: Possibly

In general, hypoperfusion refers to decreased blood flow.
Depending on the degree, location and and duration of hypoperfusion to the brain, yes, hypoperfusion can result in brain damage that may or may not be grossly observable (and/or modifiable) as it relates to the individual's day to day emotional/functional status.
Dr. Brian Writer
Dr. Brian Writer
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