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Had Stroke What Type Of Aphasia Is This
There are few: Expressive aphasia (broca's) inability to produce language; receptive aphasia - unable to speak meaningful words (some people can do both expressive and receptive aphasia); global aphasia - unable to communicate completely you would need to clarify with neurologist or speecn therapist about specific type of aphasia. ...Read more
Many causes: hemorrhagic stroke can happen from severe elevation in blood pressure (most common), or from an ischemic stroke transforming into a hemorrhagic, or a subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm, or from an AVM (arteriovenous malformation), or a large cortical brain hemorrhage from an amyloid angiopathy (in elderly with dementia) etc etc ...Read more
Lack of blood: Generally, there are 2 types of stroke that ultimately result from not enough oxygen getting to the brain: 1 - ischemic (represents ~70%) is due to a blockage that results in not enough blood flow 2 - hemorrhagic (which is less often) results when a blood vessel bursts and blood spills out uncontrollably, may end up resulting compression on the brain given the limited volume in the skull. ...Read more
I have seen it : Now, don't carve in stone, but I have seen amazing recoveries over a 4-6 month period of time in cases of hemiparesis, where i felt there was no hope. This is relatively uncommon, but does happen. So, work hard in rehab program, take your med, exercise, and stay optimistic. Good luck. ...Read more
During a TIA, what is exactly meant by loss of vision as one of the symptoms? Is this blurred vision?
Yes, and more: A TIA is generally thought to be a temporary loss of brain function. Depending on the area of the brain that is effected, you can have different visual loss symptoms, including blurry vision, double vision, loss of vision, partial loss of vision, in one or both eyes. However, blurry vision in both eyes, would be difficult to explain by a transient ischemic attack. Call 911 if there's TIA concern ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
VERY UNCOMFORTABLE: This implies a constant progressive migraine lasting days to weeks, fluctuating in intensity, and typically resistant to many standard migraine interventions. This can be an evolution of chronic daily headaches, with a significant rebound secondary to analgesic medications. Often however, can be treated with steroids. ...Read more
I know one of the symptoms of a stroke is vision problems. Could somesone tell me what exactly happens?
It's possible: Aphasia (inability to speak or understand speech) is caused by damage (ischemia or hemorrhage- bleeding) to certain parts of the brain (usually on the left brain for right handed patients) that control speaking and understanding speech. Tumors in those areas can also affect speech. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dysphasia: Dysphasia refers to the neurological symptom, usually after a stroke in which the left hemisphere (the speech center) has been damaged and results in a difficulty either understanding or speaking language. There are various types: in some, the patient may not be able to make sense of what he hears, but can talk; in others, the patient understands, but can't find the words to say what s/he means. ...Read more
Lacunar Stroke: Lacunar stroke is a type of stroke that results from occlusion of one of the penetrating arteries that provides blood to the brain's deep structures. It is estimated that lacunar infarcts account for 25% of all ischemic strokes, with an annual incidence of approximately 15 per 100, 000 people. They may be more frequent in men and in people of african, mexican, and hong kong chinese descent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many ways: There are many reasons for a stroke. High blood pressure, embolic, cerebral aneurysm rupture, or bleeding problems. If high blood pressure the source, control blood pressure. If you have infected or artificial heart valves, use coumadin (warfarin). If carotid stenosis, control cholesterol, take mini asoirin, carotid enderectomy surgery if necessary. Cerebral aneurysm repair or coil placed. Pineapple, dark ch. ...Read more
Is a biladerol stroke bad my sister had a stroke on both sides of her brain is there a possibility of recovery
Hello. : Hello. I am sorry to hear about the bilateral stroke that your sister had. The answer to your questions depends on the severity of her stroke and what structure in the brain were impacted. The question would require intimate knowledge of her case to provide a helpful response. Take care. ...Read more
Multifactorial: Coma means unarousable unresponsiveness. It is caused by injury to both cerebral hemispheres or the central brain stem or both. The cause is either traumatic or non traumatic . Non traumatic causes are many - anoxic/ischemic, metabolic, endocrine, infectious, degenerative, etc. It is a clinical term with many disease types as cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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