CVA is a medical term for stroke. It is a common medical emergency. Stroke is abrupt onset neurological disorder of vascular aetiology. Classification of Stroke and Risk Factors are mentioned in the images attached. Clinical Features - The typical presentation occurs over minutes, affects an identifiable area of brain and is 'negative' in character (i.e. abrupt loss of function without positive features such as abnormal movements). 1. Unilateral weakness 2. Dysphasia and dysarthria 3. Visual deficit 4. Ataxia 5. Headache 6. Seizures 7. Visuo-spatial dysfunction, e.g. sensory or visual neglect and apraxia 8.Coma Investigation - CT or MRI Brain ECG Serum Lipids ANA ESR CRP ANCA Homoeopathic Management - Kent's Repertory, HEAD, CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE 1st Grade- ACON, BELL, BOTH, COCC, COLCH, GELS, IP, LACH, OP 2nd Grade- Arn, Aur, Bar-c, Camph, Chin, Crot-h, Cupr, Ferr, Hyos, Lyc, Nat-m, Num-m, Nux-v, Phos, Puls 3rd Grade- carb-v, coff, con, ferr-p, glon, helon, laur, merc, nit-ac, plb, stram Kent's Repertory, GENERALITIES, APOPLEXY 1st Grade- ACON, ANAC, BELL, BRY, COCC, GELS, GLON, IP, LACH, OP 2nd Grade- Arn, Aur, Camph, Chin, Coff, Crot-h, Cupr, Ferr, Hyos, Lyc, Num-m, Nux-v, Phos, Puls, Sil, Stram 3rd Grade- bar-c, carb-v, con, laur, merc, nat-m, nit-ac, plb, rhus-t, sec, sep


Generally all medicines which have effect on circulatory system are very useful in case of Stroke like belladona, glonoine, lachesis
Yes doctor. I've mentioned two rubrics from Kent's Repertory, and both of them have these 3 medicines in 1st grade.
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