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stroke

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A sudden loss of neurological function secondary to hemorrhage or ischemia in the brain parenchyma due to a vascular event. [ NCIT:C3390 ]

Synonyms: Stroke, Cerebral, CVA (cerebral vascular accident), STROKE SYNDROME, undetermined stroke, Apoplexy, SYNDROME, STROKE, Strokes, CVA (Cerebrovascular Accident), Cerebrovascular Accidents, Acute, Cerebrovascular Stroke, Cerebrovascular Apoplexy, Stroke, Cerebrovascular, Brain Vascular Accident, Acute Stroke, Cerebrovascular Apoplexya, Acute Cerebrovascular Accident, CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT, (CVA), Strokes, Cerebral, cerebrovascular accident, CVA, CVA, CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT, cerebral infarction, Cerebrovascular Accidents, Strokes, Cerebrovascular, Stroke/CVA - undefined, Cerebral Stroke, CVAs (Cerebrovascular Accident), Vascular Accident, Brain, Cerebrovascular Accident, Acute, Stroke and cerebrovascular accident unspecified, Stroke NOS, syndrome, stroke, CVA - Cerebrovascular accident unspecified, Stroke, Acute, CVA - Cerebrovascular accident, cerebrovascular accident, (CVA), Cerebrovascular Accident, Vascular Accidents, Brain, Cerebral Strokes, ischemic stroke, Strokes, Acute, Cerebrovascular Strokes, Brain Vascular Accidents, CVA, cerebrovascular accident, Apoplexy, Cerebrovascular, Stroke NOS (disorder), Cerebrovascular accident (disorder), Acute Strokes, stroke disorder, stroke syndrome, Stroke and cerebrovascular accident unspecified (disorder), stroke, Acute Cerebrovascular Accidents, Cerebrovascular accident (disorder) [Ambiguous]

Term info

database cross reference
  • SNOMEDCT:422504002
  • MONDO:0005098
  • MESH:D020521 (MONDO:equivalentTo)
  • NCIT:C3390 (MONDO:equivalentTo)
  • OMIM:601367
  • NCIt:C3390
  • SCTID:230690007 (MONDO:equivalentTo)
  • MSH:D020521
  • NIFSTD:birnlex_12783 (EFO:0000712)
  • HP:0001297
  • ICD10:I64
  • SNOMEDCT:230690007
closeMatch

http://linkedlifedata.com/resource/umls/id/C0038454, http://identifiers.org/snomedct/422504002

comment

Stroke includes two main types, hemorrhagic and ischemic. Both types of stroke can cause acute seizures at the time of the acute event, as well as epilepsy as a long-term complication. In the elderly, cerebrovascular disease and stroke are the most common cause of acute seizures and epilepsy.

exactMatch

http://identifiers.org/mesh/D020521, http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/NCIT_C3390, http://identifiers.org/snomedct/230690007

gwas trait

true

id

EFO:0000712

term editor

Tomasz Adamusiak, James Malone