Major Symptoms Of A Silent Stroke That Are ALWAYS Ignored

Recent strokes will have certain features that you will not see if the stroke occurred in the past, such as swelling, inflammation, blood clots, and bleeding. Older strokes tend to have certain characteristic appearances caused by calcification (calcium deposits) and atrophy (tissue death).The good news is that silent strokes are generally less impactful because they occur in places where other parts of the brain can compensate for any damage. In short, if a certain part of the Having had a silent stroke generally indicates that you have one or more of the risk factors of stroke. These include congenital risk factors (those that you are born with) and lifestyle risk factors (those that you can change or control).brain is damaged, other adjacent neural pathways can take over those functions.A silent stroke is not the same as a mini-stroke. A mini-stroke describes a transient ischemic attack (TIA). A TIA is a stroke that causes noticeable symptoms that reverse and completely improve without any long-term brain damage. It is a warning, but it does not appear on a brain MRI or brain CT scan