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Eventual Condition Following Repeated Strokes
Eventual Condition Following Repeated Strokes

This stock medical exhibit features multiple images and actual film evidence of the arterial supply of the neck and brain to describe injuries secondary to a carotid artery occlusion or stroke. It reveals the following images: 1. Stroke involving the parietal-temporal lobes and mid-left brain, 2. Additional stroke region involving the majority of the parietal-occipital lobes on the left, 3. Arteriogram revealing blockage of the left carotid artery, and finally, 4. A full body overview showing that the left sided brain injuries result in right sided symptoms including paralysis and aphasic changes (loss of sensation, speech, reading and writing abilities).

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Last Updated: Aug 26th, 2015

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