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What is lacunar infarct in brain artery?

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Dr. Ladislav Volicer
61 years experience in Geriatric Psychiatry
Infarct of the brain: Lacunar infarct is a small stroke - death of a small number of brain cells that is caused by closing of a small artery that is supplying them with oxygen.
Answered on Mar 22, 2020
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