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Are Strokes Inevitable With Age
Mental illness?: What do you mean by "mental illness"? Schizophrenia? Bipolar disorder? Please define your terms. Strokes cause COGNITIVE deficits which vary depending on affected hemisphere. They can cause personality changes but this is rare. They can cause psychosis but this is ALWAYS transient (hours or days). They can definitely cause mood changes (depression or euphoria) but that's not really "illness." ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One risk factor of stroke. cholesterol total is 210.BP
110/75.Inactive for 2 months.Grand0/ had one at 60but wasn't healthy.Am I low risk?Rare?Age 28
She had a stroke,affects left side of body including trunk m at her age will rehab be able to reverse some of the damage?
How rare is a stroke in the male age group 25-30?Especislly with no family history and healthy life style.What causes them in young? Severe HP/ HChol?
Patent foramen ovale: PFO is a possible cause . patient would need a cardiac catheterization with bubble test. PFO is an opening between the right and left sides of the heart . This is usually closed in normal development . However , in some people this passageway remains open and can caused blood clots that can travel to the brain. If clot ( embolus ) blocks a blood vessel in the brain it could cause a stroke ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In regard that i've mvp, is it possible that i die suddenly or have stroke for any reason in this age? If yes, how much is its percent?
Association: Mitral valve prolapse association with sudden cardiac death has been reported, possibly due to ventricular arrhythmias. The risk is still quite low especially given how common mitral valve prolapse is. I am not aware of increased risk of stroke, unless there is atrial fibrillation. ...Read more
This aged, disabled person, a consequence of a catastrophic cerebral event, or “stroke“, has been relegated to a wheelchair …in a nursing facility. Having objected to placement in that facility it has falsely alleged this disabled person is “..Incapacit
This : This appears to be primarily a legal matter and i suggest to contact an attorney who is knowledgeable in this area. Since the issue of capacity of that individual has been raised, it may be helpful to obtain an opinion of a geriatric psychiatrist as to the nature of that individual's disability. Oftentimes a stroke could significantly affect the person's speech and hence the ability to communicate while leaving the ability to think, reason and make informed decisions intact. Distinguishing between these possibilities could be important in planning future care for this individual. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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