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For our 5th anniversary we revisit neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to change. To find out what’s new and how to use it for stroke recovery, we talk to Peter Levine, the author of Stronger After Stroke.
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Arterial ischaemic strokeAlso known as ischaemic stroke. Stroke caused by a blood clot that blocks an artery and cuts off blood flow.Arterial ischaemic stroke is a type of stroke.
It happens when a blood clot blocks an artery.
This stops blood from flowing to a part of your brain.