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Which cerebral artery was occluded and LED to Mr. Smith’s CVA? Neurological: Mr. Smith is a 76 y/o who was admitted to the hospital and presented with the following symptoms during the evaluation: paralysis of the L UE, hemiparesis of L LE, decreased light touch sensation on L side, and kept his head turned to the R side even when asked to look to the left.  His speech was slurred when answering questions, and he was distracted easily by noises from outside his room.  Based off these symptoms.



A. Left Anterior Cerebral Artery
B. Left Middle Cerebral Artery
C. Right Anterior Cerebral Artery
D. Right Middle Cerebral Artery

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 23, 2016

Right Middle Cerebral Artery

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