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What is a lacunar stroke? - Harvard Health
 

What is a lacunar stroke? - Harvard Health

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Lacunar strokes, which account for about one-fifth of all strokes, occur in small arteries deep within the brain. Although these strokes may not cause symptoms, those that do may cause weakness in the face, arm, or leg on one side of the body.
 
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11 Jan 2017 - General