Hypoxia and oxidative stress in cerebral circulation insufficiency — effective ways of correction

Cerebrovascular diseases (CVDs) are one of the urgent problems of clinical neurology and the second most common cause of dementia. Vascular factors leading to the development of hypoxia, oxidative stress, mitochondrial, endothelial dysfunction and, ultimately, to the development of apoptosis with the formation of degenerative brain changes are considered among the main risk factors for the development of CVD.

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