Hemorrhagic Stroke Treatment at Barnes-Jewish Hospital A hemorrhagic stroke, or what is also called a ruptured brain aneurysm, occurs when the walls of blood vessels are weakened, resulting in a blood-filled bulge. If left untreated, the aneurysm may rupture, causing a hemorrhagic stroke. Immediate and specialized treatment is a key element to minimize the damage,…

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”; Eyelid surgery is a simple and effective way to look younger. People of all ages have difficulties with the skin around, above and under their eyes. No matter what age you are, if you have a lot of excess tissue, puffiness, fat deposits or discoloration around your eye, you will look older if you…

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Miraculous Stroke Recovery – Janet Chubb's Experience at Renown ER Reno resident, Janet Chubb, considers herself lucky she was rushed to Renown when her morning went suddenly wrong. Chubb got up and got ready to go to work like a lot of other days, but everything changed when she dropped her keys and glasses. “I…

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Deep Brain Stimulation for Stroke Recovery Animation Cleveland Clinic has performed the first deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery for stroke recovery, as part of an ongoing clinical trial assessing the procedure’s potential to improve movement in patients recovering from stroke. This animation shows a deep brain stimulation lead implanted in the cerebellar dentate nucleus for…

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