Feb 24, · Strokes in young adults are reported as being uncommon, comprising 10%–15% of all stroke patients. However, compared with stroke in older adults, stroke in the young has a disproportionately large economic impact by leaving victims disabled before their most productive years. Recent publications Cited by:
Oct 01, · Oct. 3, -- About 10% of the , strokes that happen in the U.S. each year strike adults younger than And while adults over 65 seem to be having fewer strokes, studies suggest that Author: Brenda Goodman, MA.
We reviewed the medical records of young patients aged years who were admitted to the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont with a diagnosis of stroke between and This group comprised % of patients of all ages admitted for stroke, times the proportion observed in the National Survey of makkelijk.info by:
Oct 27, · For most young people, the chance of having a stroke seems like an impossibility — but there is no such thing as being too young for stroke. Your stroke risk increases with age, but stroke in Author: Chris Iliades.
Sep 17, · Approximately 15% of all ischemic strokes (IS) occur in young adults and adolescents. To date, only limited prior public health and research efforts have specifically addressed stroke in the young. Early diagnosis remains challenging because of the lack of awareness and the relative infrequency of Cited by: