The treatment for chronic ischemic white matter disease includes diagnosing the patient via X-rays, MRI scan or CT scan, vitamin B6 supplements or Pyridoxine, and migraine care, as stated by WiseGeek. Patients must also ... More »

Chronic microvascular ischemic change is a term that describes areas in the brain where tiny blood vessels have ruptured or clotted off, causing limited blood flow, or ischemia. It is a common finding in adults over 50 w... More »

According to Net Wellness and BioMed Central, chronic small vessel ischemic changes are progressive changes that occur in the amount of blood flow through an artery when it becomes narrow, obstructed or hardened. Small v... More »

The treatment for white matter disease associated with aging usually involves physical therapy, vitamin B-6 and medication management, all of which are treatments that a primary physician prescribes, explains Dr. Timothy... More »

As of 2015, more research is needed to understand and treat ischemic white matter disease, according to Black, Gao and Bilbao for Stroke from the American Heart Association. Promising treatments include antioxidant compo... More »

White matter disease doesn't have specific symptoms, but depending on its severity, the condition may indicate the presence of, or an increased risk for, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and stroke, reports About.... More »

The prognosis for an individual with end stage kidney disease is poor, according to Healthline, with individuals who do not get treatment facing certain death. Advancements in treating the disease allow people who receiv... More » Health Conditions & Diseases