Brain Damage & Stroke - Health Channel

Brain Damage & Stroke




There are several areas in the brain where a stroke can happen, describes Dr. Lucinda Adriana Arenas, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physician with Baptist Health South Florida with a digital imaging.
When a stroke happens in the frontal lobe, patients present communication problems (speech) and motor problems.
If the stroke occurs in the parietal lobe, patients can have problems with numbness in the leg or arm.
When a stroke takes place in the temporal lobe, behavior and emotions can be affected. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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