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Амилоидный ангиит и прогрессирующий корковый поверхностный сидероз как агрессивные фенотипы церебральной амилоидной ангиопатии: принципы рационального ведения пациентов

https://doi.org/10.30629/2658-7947-2019-24-6-29-38

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Аннотация

Церебральная  амилоидная  ангиопатия  (ЦАА) — распространенное  в старшей возрастной  группе заболевание, обладающее высокой клинической и визуализационной  гетерогенностью.  Представлены обзор литературы и два клинических случая, отражающих различные фенотипы ЦАА, — амилоидный ангиит (ЦАА, ассоциированная  с воспалением)  и «геморрагический  фенотип» (ЦАА, ассоциированная  с внутримозговым кровоизлиянием и прогрессирующим корковым поверхностным сидерозом). В каждом случае применительно к клинико-нейровизуализационной  картине рассмотрены направления спорных векторов вторичной профилактики и терапии ЦАА: антитромботической, антигипертензивной и гиполипидемической. Обсуждаются вопросы эпидемиологии, патогенеза, диагностики и лечения ЦАА.

Об авторах

А. А. Кулеш
Пермский государственный медицинский университет им. академика Е.А. Вагнера Минздрава России; Городская клиническая больница №4
Россия

Кулеш Алексей Александрович.

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Н. Х. Горст
Пермский государственный медицинский университет им. академика Е.А. Вагнера Минздрава России
Россия

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Е. В. Кузина
Пермская центральная районная больница
Россия

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В. Е. Дробаха
Пермский государственный медицинский университет им. академика Е.А. Вагнера Минздрава России; Городская клиническая больница №4
Россия

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В. В. Шестаков
Пермский государственный медицинский университет им. академика Е.А. Вагнера Минздрава России
Россия

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Ю. B. Каракулова
Пермский государственный медицинский университет им. академика Е.А. Вагнера Минздрава России
Россия

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Для цитирования:


Кулеш А.А., Горст Н.Х., Кузина Е.В., Дробаха В.Е., Шестаков В.В., Каракулова Ю.B. Амилоидный ангиит и прогрессирующий корковый поверхностный сидероз как агрессивные фенотипы церебральной амилоидной ангиопатии: принципы рационального ведения пациентов. Российский неврологический журнал. 2019;24(6):29-38. https://doi.org/10.30629/2658-7947-2019-24-6-29-38

For citation:


Kulesh A.A., Gorst N.K., Kuzina N.V., Drobakha V.E., Shestakov V.V., Karakulova Y.V. Amyloid angiitis and progressive cortical superficial siderosis as aggressive phenotypes of cerebral amyloid angiopathy: principles of rational management. Russian neurological journal. 2019;24(6):29-38. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.30629/2658-7947-2019-24-6-29-38

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