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Loss of grip on the palm after paralytic attack, MRI showed minor clots in brain, on ecosoprin. How long will it take to recover?

My Father had a paralytic attack 2 days a go, was given ecosoprin imidiatly after and taken to the hospital. He found the right side a bit sluggish with no grip in the right palm. An MRI scan reveald 2 minor clots in the left brain. He is on medictaion, the clots havnt cleard. His grip on the right palm is minimal. But he has major movements like lifting his arm and leg. Will he be able to recover his grip on the right hand and continue normal activites? How long would the recovery take and what need s to be done? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
recovery depends on lot of factors. may take weeks to recover.
what was the site, size of block? age ?
other test results?
additional health problems?
if you can give details, can guide you better.
else neurorecovery is variable and exact prediction is difficult. may take weeks to 2-3 months to improve.
keep posted and good luck.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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