Chronobiological patterns of onset of acute cerebrovascular diseases.

  title={Chronobiological patterns of onset of acute cerebrovascular diseases.},
  author={Roberto Manfredini and Massimo Gallerani and Francesco Portaluppi and Raffaella Salmi and Carmelo Fersini},
  journal={Thrombosis research},
  volume={88 6},
There is a considerable amount of data indicating that several major unfavorable cerebrovascular events are not randomly distributed over time, but show a peculiar distribution along the day, the week, and the months of the year. The authors review the available evidence on the chronobiological (circadian, weekly, and seasonal) patterns of onset of acute cerebrovascular diseases and variations in their possible triggering mechanisms. The existence of a peculiar chronobiological pattern in the… CONTINUE READING

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