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Re: Subarachnoid hemmorhage
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Posted by Jill
on October 04, 2000 at 17:43:04:
In Reply to: Re: Subarachnoid hemmorhage posted by Pooky on September 09, 2000 at 04:05:21:
I had a stroke 4 years ago - subarachnoid in my left hemisphere, I also happen to be a brain scientist who now speaks from her heart! Trust that with any problem with the cerebral cortex there will be a major disruption in the clarity of her thinking. Some of her brain cells probably died - but others will take over the function and perhaps recover the action of her limbs, however, her thinking is much more delicately interrupted. Since it was her left extremities it means the wound was to her right hemisphere. For language and things this is more for spatial organization into a 3-dimensional world, relationships between things and categorical thinking. Good luck to you all! Treat her as though she will completely recover and be kind and gentl in your demeaner toward her - make her want to recover, it is completely up to her! Good luck to you all! Jill
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