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Left hemisphere stroke

Left hemisphere stroke: Related Topics

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Left hemisphere stroke as a Disease

Left hemisphere stroke: Type of or association with medical condition Stroke.
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Left hemisphere stroke: Related Diseases

Left hemisphere stroke: Left hemisphere stroke is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Left hemisphere stroke as a subtype of Stroke

Stroke (medical condition): Serious brain event from bleeding or blood clots.

Stroke: A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the part of the brain is suddenly interrupted (ischemic) ... (Source: excerpt from NINDS Stroke Information Page: NINDS)

A stroke is sometimes called a "brain attack." A stroke can injure the brain like a heart attack can injure the heart. Stroke is the result... (Source: excerpt from Stroke: NWHIC)

A stroke (sometimes called a "brain attack") happens when blood circulation to the brain fails. A few... (Source: excerpt from Stroke Prevention and Treatment -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

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