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Microscopic and endoscopic surgery

A stroke is caused by an interruption in the blood supply to the brain. There are several causes of a stroke. When the blood supply is cut off, brain cells die. Dead brain cells can have serious consequences in the form of complete paralysis or catastrophic collapse of the body. This is a disorder that requires immediate treatment without wasting time to control the damage a stroke can cause to the body. Understanding the symptoms of a stroke and being smart enough to seek treatment can be very helpful in preventing the devastating effects of a stroke. Sudden headaches, blurred vision, difficulty speaking, and difficulty walking are just some signs of a stroke. When an artery is blocked or a blood vessel ruptures, it causes a stroke known as an ischemic stroke or a hemorrhagic stroke, respectively. Transient ischemic stroke is a microstroke in which a violation of the blood supply lasts for countless minutes. In the case of a stroke, the risk to life is high. Therefore, it is an advisory and wise action to visit the surgeon as soon as you encounter the symptoms or feel something with your health. Nowdays experts performing Microscopic and Endoscopic surgery. Former make use of magnificent bulbs that have high power allowing, the clear view of nerves, vessels, thus facilitating the surgery and operation. The latter involves the use of a long tube that enters the body through natural openings like mouth, anus, or sometimes there may arise a need for a small incision. It provides a detailed view of the organ and also facilitates surgeries and imaging.

Thrombolysis for Stroke

Thrombolysis for a stroke aims at bursting the clot that restrains blood supply that causes a stroke to occur. Thrombolytic therapy breaks up and disperses blood clots, making it easier for blood to reach the brain. The sooner you respond to a stroke and the sooner your surgeon begins thrombolytic therapy, the more likely you are to succeed. Best results are obtained when administered within 4 to 6 hours after the patient has had a stroke.

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