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Behavioral Changes Caused by Stroke

Behavioral changes can result from a stroke for a variety of reasons including the type and severity of stroke. Each patient is different; your physician can provide more information on your particular condition and treatment. Some common behavioral effects of stroke are:

  • Depression
  • One-side neglect
  • Cognitive changes
  • Personality changes