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I had a stroke several years ago and now I

I had a stroke several years ago and now I have been told I have a duplicated left middle cerebral artery. I was also told I have microvascular ischemic changes within the supratentorial white matter. What does this mean and does it have anything to do with a stroke?
Fri, 28 Sep 2018
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