Stroke in Young Adults: Unusual Causes at a

  • Gabriel Lucca de Oliveira Salvador
  • Published 2017


Due to the change in the way of life of global society in the last century, health systems have been faced with the transition from its approach to diseases related to the environment and mainly acute and with high levels of mortality, to chronic diseases due to the increase in life expectancy of the population. This increase is related to a style change focused on a sedentary lifestyle in which factors such as diet, physical activity and drug use have increased as well as short-term and long-term deleterious effects on the human body [3]. All this factors could be correlated to the pathogenesis of stroke syndromes and prevented.

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@inproceedings{Salvador2017StrokeIY, title={Stroke in Young Adults: Unusual Causes at a}, author={Gabriel Lucca de Oliveira Salvador}, year={2017} }