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 zabine.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.