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“…Steiner, et al hypothesized that slow and progressive interference with oxygenation and blood supply to tissues due to increasing atherosclerosis may prepare the organs for acute ischemia and reduce the damage associated with a sharp and instant interruption of oxygenation [15,16]. Our results suggest that this ischemic preconditioning may play an important role in reducing stroke severity among smokers.…”
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“…Steiner, et al hypothesized that slow and progressive interference with oxygenation and blood supply to tissues due to increasing atherosclerosis may prepare the organs for acute ischemia and reduce the damage associated with a sharp and instant interruption of oxygenation [15,16]. Our results suggest that this ischemic preconditioning may play an important role in reducing stroke severity among smokers.…”
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“…Although there are still many controversies, several possible mechanisms were suggested: (1) effects of nicotine on angiogenesis or hemostasis, (2) chronic obstruction resulting in increased tissue threshold or ischemic preconditioning and enhancing collateral flows to the ischemic penumbra, and (3) short-acting increase in blood pressure as a compensatory mechanism enhancing perfusion to the ischemic penumbra. 27 Of the patients with DWI (+), there was no difference in the number or the total volume of DWI (+) between SIC and asymptomatic patients. However, SIC occurred more frequently in stenosis-associated perforator/mixed type than in embolic-alone type.…”
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