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Signs & Symptoms
Symptoms of Cerebrovascular disease depend on the area
of the brain that is damaged. The most common symptoms
Paralysis or weakness of an arm, leg and one side of
Numbness or tingling with decreased sensation.
Changes in vision or loss of vision.
Inability to speak or slurred speech, difficulty in
reading or writing.
Difficulty in swallowing or drooling.
Nausea or vomiting.
Loss of memory.
Loss of balance or coordination.
Change in mood such as depression or apathy.
Drowsiness, lethargy or loss of consciousness.
Uncontrolled eye movements or eyelid drooping.
Unusually severe headache (3, 6).
Article by Kona Vishnu, MS
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