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BACKGROUND: Stroke is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality globally and is caused due to defective blood supply to an area of the brain, resulting from a hemorrhage or an infarction, leading to severe brain damage. Depending upon the area involved, the patient may exhibit loss of sensory or motor function, affecting balance and gait; impaired cognition; visual and verbal deficits; and social problems. A stroke can occur at any age, but the majority of the affected patients aredoi:10.37506/ijpot.v17i1.18963 fatcat:i27x4v3pc5ec3cxdona7tad34i