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10/26/20
Eventual Condition Following Repeated Strokes - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Eventual Condition Following Repeated Strokes - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
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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