Recurrent Stroke Research Paper

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Each year, around 800,000 people have a new or recurrent stroke. The characteristics include face drooping or feeling numb, difficulties speaking, and muscle weakness on one side of the body. Stroke is caused from reduced or interrupted blood supply to the brain. There are ischemic strokes (thrombic and embolic strokes), hemorrhagic strokes (intracerebral hemorrage and subarachnoid hemorrhage), and transient ischemic attack (TIA). Chemically, in the brain an artery may be blocked by blood cells or a blood vessel could leak or burst causing a stroke. The symptoms of stroke

include the following: trouble with walking, headache, trouble with speaking and understanding, and trouble with seeing in one or both eyes.

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