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  1. You were in the hospital after having a stroke . Stroke happens when blood flow to part of the ... started treatment to help you recover from the stroke and prevent a future stroke. You may have ...
  2. A stroke occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain stops. A stroke is sometimes called a "brain attack." If blood ... Brain cells can die, causing lasting damage. A stroke can also occur if a blood vessel inside ...
  3. A stroke happens when blood flow to any part of the brain stops. Each person has a different recovery ... in the first weeks or months after a stroke. Some people will keep improving months or years ...
  4. A stroke occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain suddenly stops. A stroke is sometimes called a "brain attack or cerebrovascular ...
  5. ... the main cause of both heart attacks and stroke. ... medicines are approved for the emergency treatment of stroke and heart attack . The most commonly used drug ...
  6. A stroke occurs when the blood flow is cut off to any part of the brain. The loss of ... brain that becomes weak and bursts open. A stroke is sometimes called a "brain attack."
  7. ... for a brief time. A person will have stroke-like symptoms for up to 24 hours. In ... attack is a warning sign that a true stroke may happen in the future if something is ...
  8. ... AVMs, the first symptoms are those of a stroke caused by bleeding in the brain. Symptoms of ... open brain surgery include: Brain swelling Hemorrhage Seizure Stroke
  9. ... often on the face or scalp Swallowing problems Stroke Transient ischemic attack (TIA) Weakness in one part ... of bleeding). Brain tumor or other growth (mass). Stroke . Narrowed or blocked carotid arteries . (The carotid arteries ...
  10. ... a higher chance of having heart attacks and strokes than those without diabetes. Smoking and having high ... are very important for preventing heart attacks and strokes. See your doctor who treats your diabetes as ...
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