WHAT CAN AN EASYLEGS SIGNIFY IN THE CASE OF A STROKE?
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is a common term for a frequent condition in which brain cells die due to a lack of oxygen when the blood flow of the brain is reduced. This can be caused by a blockage of a blood vessel to the brain.
A CVA is also known as a stroke. The symptoms of a CVA depend on the brain area in which it occurs. The most common symptom is loss of strength or paralysis on one side of the body with partial or complete loss of the ability to move and feel. After a CVA, people often suffer from limitations, such as half-sided paralysis, blindness, balance problems and coordination problems.