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Ischemic strokes are caused by a blood clot or blockages in the arteries, and hemorrhagic strokes occur when blood vessels rupture. Ischemic strokes are most commonly caused by blockages in the carotid arteries and are responsible for up to 80% of strokes. As people age, arteries become narrowed with rough deposits of plaque called "stenosis". Diseased arteries can clog up completely as the plaque accumulates or can be shut down by clotting conditions called "embolism" and "thrombosis". When the arteries become plugged, the blood is no longer able to reach the brain and stroke results.

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Definitions To Know

  • Ischemic Stroke
    Death of brain tissue typically due to lack of blood flow or reduced oxygen in the blood.
  • Hemorrhagic Stroke
    Damage to brain tissue due to bleeding in or around the brain.

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