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pathophysiology

pathophysiology

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Predisposing factors (nonmodifiable) • Age: 59 Yors • History of hypertension • History of stroke • Heredity

Precipitating factors (modifiable) • Stress (inadequate health maintenance)

Pigments of clotted blood are released from the wall/vessel due to hypertension Formation of blood clot (thrombus)

Dislodge of embolus due to hypertension anywhere in the body

Emboli goes through the blood stream and carried to the brain Blood vessel obstructed due to emboli on the brain

Inadequate supply of blood in the brain

Decreased oxygen supply on brain Necrosis (brain tissue)

Cerebral Infarction (brain attack) Affection on the nervous system (right hemisphere of the brain) Loss of movement on left hemiplegia Memory disturbanc e Motor disturbanc e Speech disturbance .

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