Trombotic Strokes

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A stroke is sometimes called a “brain attack” and is the result from a sudden loss of blood to the brain or blockage of blood vessel to the brain, which sometimes may be permanent or temporary. There are two types of strokes, thrombotic and hemorrhagic. The thrombotic stroke is when one vessel that feeds the brain is blocked. The hemorrhagic stroke is when one vessel in brain breaks open. Aneurysms are the most common of the hemorrhagic strokes. Strokes are the most common cause of death in men and women. Women are more susceptible to having a stroke before having breast cancer. It is stated, strokes are the major cause of disabilities ranging from paralysis to inability to speak. Most strokes are preceded a few days before by a transient

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