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Stress Plays Provoking Role in Hypertension-Related Stroke: Injuries of Blood-Brain Barrier Function

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Abstract

Chronic hypertension itself does not cause stroke but significantly decreases the resistant to stroke induced by stress due to exhausting of adaptive capacity of cerebral endothelium and decrease resistance of blood-brain barrier to stress.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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