Cerebral microbleeds: beyond the macroscope
Deciphering the biological mechanisms leading to, or following microbleeds would enable us to address a key question: do microbleeds arise and impact the surrounding parenchyma like a miniature version of intracerebral haemorrhages or do they represent a different kind of injury? Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Editor of the International Journal of Stroke spoke to Dr Vincent Berezowski from the Department of medical Pharmacology, Lille France, submitting author of the review article Cerebral microbleeds: beyond the macroscope whose group analysis supports the need for a convergent effort from clinicians and basic scientists to go beyond the current ‘macro’ view and disclose the cellular and molecular insights of cerebral haemorrhagic microlesions.
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