Dental Management in Stroke Patients

@inproceedings{Bodnar2008DentalMI,
  title={Dental Management in Stroke Patients},
  author={Dana Cristina Bodnar and Constantin Marian Varlan and Virginia V{\^a}rlan and Teodor Vaideanu and M. Popa},
  year={2008}
}
Stroke (produced by cerebral haemorrhage or cerebral ischaemia) is a serious neurological accident, often fatal, due to a sudden interruption of the oxygenated blood supply to the brain. This is a frequent cause of death (the first one after myocardial infarction and cancer) and, if not fatal, it can provoke several disabilities, more or less serious: speech deficiency, hemiplegia or paresis, different forms of paralysis or palsy with diminished or lost sensorial capacity, motor deficiency. The… CONTINUE READING

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