Stroke is the 4th leading cause of death in Hispanics. It has generally been suggested that neurodegeneration is isolated to the lesioned hemisphere. However, recent evidence has suggested that the non-lesioned side of the brain may also undergo neurodegeneration. Here, we sought to evaluate the amount of neurodegeneration in the lesioned and non-lesioned hemisphere in chronic stroke patients and identify the impact of stroke size and location
Cortez, N.; Wynn, Elle; and Baker, Kelsey, "Neurodegeneration Difference between the Non-lesioned and Lesioned Hemisphere in Stroke Patient" (2021). School of Medicine Publications and Presentations. 370.
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