A blockage in the tiny blood vessels deep within the brain which causes an ischaemic stroke.
For similar information see Types of stroke
Lacunar infarction is a blockage deep inside your brain.
See Types of stroke
The brain is made up of different areas called lobes. Each lobe controls a different function in the body.
A lobe is an area of the brain.
Getting from place to place by walking, using a wheelchair, climbing stairs, etc.
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Locomotion means moving from one place to another.
See Leg functioning
Low Density Lipoprotein
Also known as the bad cholesterol. A compound consisting of a lipid and a protein that carries the majority of the total cholesterol in the blood and deposits the excess along the inside of arterial walls.
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Low density lipoprotein is a type of particle in your body.