Acute Ischemic Stroke

 
Ischemic stroke is characterized by the sudden misfortune of blood circulation to an region of the brain, coming about in a comparing misfortune of neurologic work. Intense ischemic stroke is caused by thrombotic or embolic impediment of a cerebral supply route and is more common than hemorrhagic stroke. Intense ischemic stroke (AIS) is characterized by the sudden misfortune of blood stream to an zone of the brain with the coming about misfortune of neurologic work. It is caused by thrombosis or embolism that blocks a cerebral vessel providing a particular range of the brain.