Post contributed by A.M. Barrett, Kessler Foundation Bill hasn’t been himself, and his family is very concerned. A retired professor, Bill seemed to do very well after his stroke, and was in good spirits and clearly on the road to recovery during the first two days of his hospitalization on a stroke unit. On the […]
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Is post-stroke delirium related to compromised right-brain function?
Have you ever felt confused? Perhaps, you were visiting another country where everyone around you spoke a different language? You’ve lost your way to your hotel and didn’t know how to ask for directions? This situation can be unnerving to the most level-headed person. Yet, this is but a glimpse of what it must feel […]