Cerebral Vascular Accident. An event resulting in diminished or blocked blood flow to an area in the brain.Â Symptoms of CVA can include paralysis, loss of speech, unconsciousness, and death.
a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
cerebral vascular accident. An interruption of blood flow within the brain, commonly called a ‘stroke'.
A life-threatening event in which the brain's vital supply of oxygen is disrupted. A stroke can affect the senses, speech, behavior, thought patterns and memory. It may also result in paralysis, coma and death.
CerebroVascular Attacks are most often the result of a thrombus (blood clot formed inside an artery), an embolus (foreign matter carried by the blood which will obstruct the artery, most often a blood clot) or a narrowing (stenosis) of the artery. Back
erebro ascular ccident - A Stroke
Cerebral vascular accident or stroke. Damage or blockage to the blood vessels of the brain resulting in a lack of blood supply to the brain.
The abbreviation for 'cerebro-vascular accident'. The term is widely used but is not a good one: many strokes do not affect the cerebrum and none of them is an accident! Stroke' is a better term
Cerebro-vascular accident. [ Quick find
Stands for cerebrovascular accident. Another name for stroke.
Cardio Vascular Accident- Stroke Patient
Refers to a cerebrovascular accident or stroke in which an area of the brain is damaged due to a sudden interruption of blood supply.