Occipital stroke: What are the possible outcomes?

An occipital stroke develops once the occipital lobes of the brain are impaired due to the diminished supply of oxygenated blood. In most cases, a stroke is often caused by issues with the flow of blood in the brain such as a ruptured or clogged artery. If there is damage to the occipital lobes, it …

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