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Val had a stroke when she was 36 years old. Cryptogenic stroke—stroke with unknown origins—can affect younger people and people who otherwise aren’t at risk.
Val is recovering from a cryptogenic stroke—a stroke where the cause is unknown.
An estimated one-third (200,000) of ischemic strokes in the U.S. are classified as cryptogenic (unknown etiology). Recognizing the opportunities to better serve the cryptogenic stroke population, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Cryptogenic Stroke Initiative, [More]
An estimated one-third (200,000) of ischemic strokes in the U.S. are classified as cryptogenic (unknown etiology). Recognizing the opportunities to better serve the cryptogenic stroke population, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Cryptogenic Stroke Initiative, [More]
Dr. Lowell Satler – Director of the MedStar Washington Hospital Center Cath Lab talk with Dr. Chadi Alraies about the lastest PFO Closure Device for patients wtih cryptogenic stroke.
Dr. Lowell Satler – Director of the MedStar Washington Hospital Center Cath Lab talk with Dr. Chadi Alraies about the lastest PFO Closure Device for patients wtih cryptogenic stroke.
TITLE: Causes, Risks, and Prevention of Cryptogenic Stroke GUEST: Dr. John Rogers PRESENTER: Neal Howard OVERVIEW: Dr. John Rogers, MD, FACC, Associate Chief of Cardiology and Director, Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Device Therapy at Scripps [More]
TITLE: Causes, Risks, and Prevention of Cryptogenic Stroke GUEST: Dr. John Rogers PRESENTER: Neal Howard OVERVIEW: Dr. John Rogers, MD, FACC, Associate Chief of Cardiology and Director, Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Device Therapy at Scripps [More]
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Each year, about 800,000 Americans suffer a stroke. In some cases, doctors can’t pinpoint exactly why a stroke occurs– this is called a cryptogenic stroke, or a stroke of unknown cause. Knowing what’s behind your [More]

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