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Cerebrovascular Disease in Women



I mentor my students to take one thing with them that will forever impact the way they deliver care.


“Heart attacks, blood clots, and strokes”, like Dorothy says from the Wizard of Oz, “Oh My!” They learn the ramifications of poorly controlled health at the micro vascular level.


I teach to be reflective of not only global disease but about what’s actually happening at the cellular level.


Cerebrovascular disease is a major cause of morbidity, mortality, and disability in women.


The spectrum of disease differs between men and women, with women being particularly vulnerable to certain conditions, especially during specific periods of life such as pregnancy.




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