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“Stroke’s more frequent mimics include seizures, migraine headaches, fainting, and metabolic disorders,” explained the authors.
In fact, stroke is among the conditions that are more frequently misdiagnosed as another ailment, with an error rate ranging from four percent to 64 percent.
Manifestations like psychosis, altered memory, behavioural changes, mood alterations, and confusion are among the symptoms not typically expected in patients.
In 20 to 25 percent of stroke patients, the location of the lesion in the brain is located in the posterior cerebral artery.
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