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  1. ... of oxygen and nutrients. The result is a stroke.
  2. A stroke involves loss of brain functions caused by a loss of blood circulation to areas of the brain. ...
  3. Stroke is defined as a loss of brain function due to blocked blood circulation to the brain. Strokes may be caused by a narrowing, obstruction, or ...
  4. ... diabetes have a higher risk for heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease. Your doctor or nurse should ... diabetes have a higher risk for heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease. Your doctor or nurse should ...
  5. ... put you at risk for heart disease and stroke. You should limit your intake of any foods ... put you at risk for heart disease and stroke. You should limit your intake of any foods ...
  6. A stroke affecting the brain stem is potentially life threatening since this area of the brain controls functions such ... and instructing the heart to beat. Brain stem stroke may also cause double vision, nausea and loss ...
  7. ... cause clots to form, which can cause a stroke. Doppler studies are used to help identify these ... of plaques ahead of time to prevent a stroke from happening.
  8. Miliaria Rubra (VisualDX)  
    Rashes/Images ... Rashes ... Sweat/Images ... Sweat ... Heat Illness/Specifics ... Heat Illness ... VisualDX ... Heat rash (miliaria rubra), also known as prickly heat, is a rash of small ...
  9. Miliaria Rubra (VisualDX)  
    Common Infant and Newborn Problems/Images ... Common Infant and Newborn Problems ... VisualDX ... Miliaria rubra, also known as heat rash or prickly heat, is a common ...
  10. Shingles: Signs and Symptoms (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    Learn about how dermatologists identify the signs and symptoms of shingles. ... Shingles/Images ... Shingles ... American Academy of Dermatology
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