health conditions


Question by  Abbie (282)

What can you tell me about microvascular ischemic disease?

My mom was just diagnosed with microvascular ischemic disease.


Answer by  eilrol (1431)

I believe it is a disease of the heart where the heart is having a hard time distributing blood throughout the body.


Answer by  Charlotte32 (214)

M.I.D. is a disease in which the blood supply through very small blood vessels is restricted. If left untreated, it reduces bloodflow to tissues and can lead to tissue death. However, treatment is available.


Answer by  Advisor (1032)

Microvascular Ischemic Disease is problem with the heart being able to function and properly distribute blood throughout the system. Although most common after age 50, it can strike at anytime witout regard to age. Early symptoms include chest discomfort, weakness or difficulty breathing during moderate to strenuous exercise. It's likely that angina may also be the only symptom.


Answer by  josie (287)

This is a disease in which the smaller vessels become blocked and decreases the amount of oxygen needed to adequately maintain healthy tissue from proper blood perfusion.


Answer by  labeba72 (52)

Microvascular Ischemic Disease is the narrowing or clogging of blood vessels in the brain by either spasms or disease. The Ischemic part refers to white matter in the vessels.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

The best way to get all the details you are loking for is to either do a doctor consult or a web search.

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