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Paolo Enrico Maltese, Yeltay Rakhmanov, Alice Bruson, Lorenzo Lorusso and Matteo Bertelli
Mendelian stroke due to cerebrovascular anomalies and other syndromes
(Other synonyms: Cerebral infarction)
General information about the disease
The World Health Organization defines stroke as a focal (or at times global) neurological impairment of sudden onset, lasting more than 24 h (or leading to death) and of presumed vascular origin ( 1 ). 85% of strokes are due to cerebral ischemia and 15% to intracerebral hemorrhage ( 2 , 3 ). Stroke is the third leading cause of death and the most common cause of disability in developed countries.