Vascular dementia is the second most common type of Dementia after Alzheimer’s Disease. It is also called as Multi-Infarct Dementia (MID) and Vascular Intellectual Impedance (VCI), is caused by issues in the supply of blood to the mind, normally a progression of minor strokes. Dementia is a general term describing problems with reasoning, planning, judgment, memory and other thought processes caused by brain damage from impaired blood flow to your brain. People with dementia give dynamic subjective hindrance, intensely or subacutely as in mellow psychological debilitation, every now and again step-wise, after various cerebrovascular occasions (strokes). A few people may seem to enhance amongst occasions and decrease after more noiseless strokes. A quickly decaying condition may prompt demise from a stroke, coronary illness, or infection. Dementia can be caused by ischemic or haemorrhagic infarcts influencing numerous mind regions, including the foremost cerebral supply route domain, the parietal projections, or the cingulate gyrus.
Vascular Dementia and Stroke
Clinical Phenotype and Pathogenetic Mechanisms
Neuronal Dysfunction in Vascular Dementia
Clinical Diagnosis of Vascular Dementia
Advancements in the Treatments of Vascular Dementia