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Understanding Mental Health Needs After Mild Stroke

Published:February 09, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2018.12.017
      Each year approximately 305,000 people in the United States have a mild stroke.
      • Wolf T.J.
      • Baum C.
      • Connor L.T.
      Changing face of stroke: implications for occupational therapy practice.
      A mild stroke occurs when a doctor identifies a lesion in a person’s brain using a brain scan, but the person is still able to do everyday activities, such as getting dressed.
      • Hu X.
      • Heyn P.C.
      • Schwartz J.
      • Roberts P.
      What is mild stroke?.
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