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Flaccidity occurs first
by: Anonymous

Muscle flaccidity is the first motor symptom after a stroke. After a period of time, spasticity (increased muscle tone) will occur. It could be up to about a year before this occurs. To help prevent spasticity and any associated contracture, the patient should use the affected muscles as much as possible.

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