*Brain ischemia

... ischemic stroke. It is a sub-type of stroke along with subarachnoid hemorrhage and intracerebral hemorrhage. Ischemia leads to ... The broad term, "stroke" can be divided into three categories: brain ischemia, subarachnoid hemorrhage and intracerebral ... Alteplase (tpa) is an effective medication for acute ischemic stroke. When given within 3 hours, treatment with tpa ... Other effects that may result from brain ischemia are stroke, cardiorespiratory arrest, and irreversible brain damage. An ...

*Intraparenchymal hemorrhage

8-13% of all strokes and results from a wide spectrum of disorders. It is more likely to result in death or major disability ... Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI scan): A special MRI technique (diffusion MRI) may show evidence of an ischemic stroke within ... than ischemic stroke or subarachnoid hemorrhage, and therefore constitutes an immediate medical emergency. Intracerebral ...

*Cerebral infarction

The Framingham Study". Stroke. 25 (1): 40-3. doi:10.1161/01.str.25.1.40. PMID 8266381. Louis R. Caplan (2009). Caplan's Stroke ... See Internet Stroke Center. "Oxford Stroke Scale". Retrieved 2008-11-14. Bamford JM (2000). "The role of the clinical ... Trial of Org 10172 in Acute Stroke Treatment" (PDF). Stroke. 24 (1): 35-41. doi:10.1161/01.STR.24.1.35. PMID 7678184. Hankey GJ ... Atheroma formation can also cause small vessel thrombotic ischemic stroke. An embolic stroke refers to the blockage of an ...

*Silent stroke

A silent stroke is a stroke that does not have any outward symptoms associated with stroke, and the patient is typically ... This type of stroke accounts for approximately 87 percent of all stroke cases. Hemorrhagic stroke: occurs when a blood vessel ... A TIA is a risk factor for having a major stroke and subsequent silent strokes in the future. Ischemic stroke: occurs when a ... It is estimated that silent strokes are five times more common than symptomatic stroke. A silent stroke differs from a ...

*Lacunar stroke

... or lacunar infarct (LACI) is the most common type of stroke, and results from the occlusion of small penetrating ... A SLI or any type of silent stroke places an individual at greater risk for future major stroke. Lacunes are caused by ... The Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project". Stroke. 18 (3): 545-51. doi:10.1161/01.STR.18.3.545. PMID 3590244. Bejot, Y.; ... Stroke. 39 (7): 1945-51. doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.107.510933. PMID 18436869. Lacunar Stroke at eMedicine Sacco, S.; Marini, C.; ...

*Stroke

... of all ischemic strokes. There are various classification systems for acute ischemic stroke. The Oxford Community Stroke ... and the Stroke Association, the American Stroke Association, the National Stroke Association (US), the Los Angeles Prehospital ... Stroke is a medical condition in which poor blood flow to the brain results in cell death. There are two main types of stroke: ... A stroke or TIA often requires emergency care. An ischemic stroke, if detected within three to four and half hours, may be ...

*Stroke (composition)

With a stroke, it is hard to tell which way it will go." The work is scored for an orchestra comprising threeflutes (doubling ... Stroke has a duration of roughly 17 minutes and is composed in one continuous movement. Tower dedicated the piece to her ... Tower concluded, "Stroke is a piece concerned with many emotions, one that hopefully offers a quiet "hope" at the end. ... Stroke is an orchestral composition by the American composer Joan Tower. The work was commissioned by the Pittsburgh Symphony ...

*Stroke (journal)

Marc Fisher becomes editor-in-chief of Stroke". News Releases. American Heart Association. Retrieved 2011-05-06. "Stroke". 2016 ... Stroke is a peer-reviewed medical journal published monthly by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins on behalf of the American Heart ... It covers research on cerebral circulation and related diseases, including clinical research on assessment of risk for stroke, ...

*Zero stroke

... or cipher stroke was an alleged mental disorder, reportedly diagnosed by physicians in Germany during the ... This, according to some German physicians, brought on a new nervous disease known as "zero stroke," or "cipher stroke," which ... Zero stroke has been described in slightly different terms by various authors. One Time article that reported on the condition ... The zero stroke disorder was supposedly caused by the dizzying speed of hyperinflation and the calculations required to conduct ...

*Stroke play

... , also known as medal play, is a scoring system in the sport of golf. It involves counting the total number of ... Players record the number of strokes taken at each hole and total them up at the end of a given round, or rounds. The player ... For example, a player whose score is three strokes over par after a given hole would appear as "+3" on the scoreboard. Should ... The winner is the player who has taken the fewest strokes over the course of the round, or rounds. Although most professional ...

*Heat stroke

... , also known as sun stroke, is a type of severe heat illness that results in a body temperature greater than 40.0 °C ... if a heat stroke occurs when the person is asleep, symptoms may be harder to notice. However, in exertional heat stroke, the ... or disabled individuals left alone in a vehicle are at particular risk of succumbing to heat stroke. "Heat stroke in children ... Heat stroke generally presents with a hyperthermia of greater than 40.6 °C (105.1 °F) in combination with disorientation and a ...

*Pediatric stroke

... is a stroke that happens in children or adolescents. Stroke affects about 6 in 100,000 children. Stroke is a ... Children have hemorrhagic strokes as often as they have ischemic strokes, while adults are more likely to have ischemic strokes ... Causes of stroke are also different in children than they are in adults. In an ischemic stroke, blood supply to part of the ... "Pediatric Stroke". National Stroke Association. Retrieved 2013-04-18. (Donnan ref missing) Shuaib A, Hachinski VC (September ...

*Butterfly stroke

Often, breathing every stroke slows the swimmer down. (At a certain level, a breathing stroke becomes just as fast as a ... There are four styles of butterfly stroke. Two main styles of butterfly stroke seen today are: "arm pull up simultaneous with ... approach in which the swimmer breathes for two successive strokes and then keeps their head in the water on the next stroke, ... The butterfly stroke has three major parts, the pull, the push, and the recovery. These can also be further subdivided. From ...

*FAST (stroke)

... and the Los Angeles Prehospital Stroke Screen (LAPSS). "Stroke Warning Signs and Symptoms". www.strokeassociation.org. ... FAST is an acronym used as a mnemonic to help detect and enhance responsiveness to stroke victim needs. The acronym stands for ... The FAST was developed in the UK in 1998 by a group of stroke physicians, ambulance personnel, and an emergency room physician ... The instruments at this time with most evidence of validity were the Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Scale (CPSS) ...

*Stroke order

3. Character-spanning strokes last Vertical strokes that pass through many other strokes are written after the strokes through ... The horizontal stroke 一 is written first, followed by the vertical stroke → 十. In the Japanese standard, a vertical stroke may ... Kakijun Kanji stroke order animations.(in Japanese) Kanji Stroke Order Font, 6,373 Japanese kanji stroke order diagrams ... The character for "three" has three strokes: 三. Each stroke is written from left to right, starting with the uppermost stroke. ...

*Ska stroke

"Reggae is most easily recognized by...the skank." Ska strokes serve as a rhythmic base to a song, and may be doubled by the ... Skank at different harmonic rhythms The ska stroke or ska upstroke, skank or bang, is a guitar strumming technique that is used ... Play (help·info) Ska strokes create a bouncing rhythm, going up then down in pitch. Played in 4 4 time (𝄆1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 𝄇), ... where the ska strokes are played much slower as opposed to ska. Double-time: ,,:1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & :,, Common-time: ,,:1 2 3 4 1 2 ...

*Stroke Association

The Stroke Association SAFE - Stroke Alliance for Europe Stroke Assembly Stroke Association record and accounts on Charity ... The Stroke Association provides a wide range of Life After Stroke services to meet the needs of stroke survivors and carers ... "Stroke - Act F.A.S.T". Nhs.uk. Retrieved 2012-09-21. "Know Your Blood Pressure , The Stroke Association". Stroke.org.uk. 1980- ... Stroke News is the charity's magazine aimed at stroke patients and the health professionals who work with them. The Stroke ...

*Stroke Belt

"The shifting stroke belt. Changes in the geographic pattern of stroke mortality in the United States, 1962 to 1988". Stroke. 26 ... "Pediatric Stroke Belt: geographic variation in stroke mortality in US children". Stroke. 35 (7): 1570-3. doi:10.1161/01.STR. ... that has extensive overlap with the stroke belt. The causes of the elevated incidence of stroke in the stroke belt region have ... www.everydayhealth.com/stroke/stroke-risk-higher-in-southeastern-us.aspx Stroke Belt Initiative: Project Accomplishments and ...

*Sheffer stroke

The truth table of A NAND B (also written as A , B, Dpq, or A ↑ B) is as follows: The stroke is named after Henry M. Sheffer, ... It was Jean Nicod who first used the stroke as a sign for non-conjunction (NAND) in a paper of 1917 and which has since become ... Sheffer interpreted the stroke as a sign for nondisjunction (NOR) in his paper, mentioning non-conjunction only in a footnote ... The Sheffer stroke ↑ {\displaystyle \uparrow } is the negation of the conjunction: Expressed in terms of NAND ↑ {\displaystyle ...

*Stroke (rowing)

... because the stroke rower sets the stroke rate and rhythm for the rest of the crew to follow. Stroke seat has to be a very calm ... The stroke side is the port side of the boat. The stroke is the set of actions to propel the boat, and comprises two main parts ... The usage derives from the tradition of having the stroke rower's oar be on the port side of the boat. However, the stroke seat ... In Cornish pilot gigs, the stroke rower's oar is on the starboard (right) side and therefore stroke side refers to the ...

*Swimming stroke

Head-high crawl (also known as the water polo stroke, lifeguard approach stroke, or Tarzan drill): This stroke is used for ... "slow butterfly stroke" which also can be alternately labeled as the "moth stroke." A number of strokes are only used for ... This stroke can be used in reverse to propel the body feet first. Human stroke: Similar to the dog paddle, but the arms reach ... Pushing rescue stroke: This stroke helps to assist a tired swimmer: The tired swimmer lies on the back and the rescuer swims a ...

*Watershed stroke

See Internet Stroke Center. "Oxford Stroke Scale". Retrieved 2008-11-14. Bamford, J.M. (2000). "The Role of the Clinical ... Watershed strokes are a concern because they comprise approximately 10% of all ischemic stroke cases. The watershed zones ... Stroke presentations which are particularly suggestive of a watershed stroke include bilateral visual loss, stupor, and ... It is unclear whether they are a cause or an effect of a watershed stroke. With watershed strokes, platelet aggregates block ...

*Stroke ratio

In a reciprocating piston engine, the stroke ratio, defined by either bore/stroke ratio or stroke/bore ratio, is a term to ... 1 bore-stroke ratio. The 292 Chevrolet I6 is also undersquare, with a bore of 3.875 in and a stroke of 4.125 in (bore/stroke ... and a stroke of 105.8 mm (4.165 in), which makes a bore/stroke ratio of 0.852:1. Since the stroke is significantly longer than ... bore/stroke ratio, and stroke/bore ratio. Bore/stroke is the more commonly used term, with usage in North America, Europe, ...

*Stroke ending

In typography, a stroke can end in a number of ways. Examples include: The serif, including: The regular serif The bracketed ... serif The half-serif The terminal, which is any stroke that does not end in a serif The finial, a tapered or curved end The ...

*Stroke recovery

National Stroke Association: Stroke Recovery - How do I recover from a stroke? Post Stroke Dysphagia Screen Common Depression ... Knowledge of strokes and the process of recovery after strokes has developed significantly in the late 20th century and early ... "Mental Movement Therapy". Stroke Rehab Product. Brown JA (2006). "Recovery of motor function after stroke". Prog. Brain Res. ... Notably, the initial studies focused on chronic stroke patients who were more than 12 months past their stroke. This challenged ...