Brain Stem Stroke

A stroke occurs when blood supply to the brain is interrupted. The way a stroke affects the brain depends on which part of the brain suffers damage. Brain stem strokes can have complex symptoms, and they can be difficult to diagnose. Brain stem strokes can have complex symptoms, and they can be difficult to diagnose. If a stroke in the brain stem results from a clot, the faster blood flow can be restored in this critical area, the better the chances for recovery. The risk factors for brain stem stroke are the same as for stroke in other areas of the brain: high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, atrial fibrillation, and smoking. Like strokes in other areas of the brain, brain stem strokes can be caused by a clot or a hemorrhage. There are also rare causes, as an injury to an artery due to sudden head or neck movements

  • Central Nervous System Disorders
  • Cerebrovascular Disorders and Stroke
  • Neurological Disorders and Chronic Pain
  • Stroke and its Management
  • Neuro Oncology
  • Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery
  • Therapeutic Approaches for Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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