A 36-year-old male asked:
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in march i had minor strok th ct couldnt see it themri found it dep in the white matter i've been havin headachesso i had mri now its massive how?

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Dr. Emmanuel Quaye
30 years experience Family Medicine
Strokes can expand: If the cause of the stroke was not treated, such as blood pressure, the stroke could have expanded, or a second, bigger stroke could have occured between the time the first stroke was diagnosed and the time it was discovered to be 'massive.'.
Answered on Mar 21, 2015
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