International Journal of Internal Medicine. 2020; 1: (1) 2; DOI:10.26855/j.ijim.20200002.
Cerebrovascular disease is one of the common diseases currently occurring mainly in the elderly. The main causes of cerebrovascular disease are cerebral atherosclerosis, aortic stiffness, and dilated changes. The high incidence of cerebrovascular diseases has seriously affected the quality of life of the broad masses of the people, and has brought a heavy blow to patients' physiology, psychology and family. Current medical and health technology is more advanced than in the past, and in the research of most scientific experts, it has been found that patients with cerebrovascular disease have the same serum inflammatory markers, which can greatly promote the development of cerebrovascular disease. In this article, the author has analyzed the relationship between serum inflammatory markers and cerebrovascular diseases in detail, hoping to help the recovery of the majority of patients.