Apoplexy (noun)

A sudden loss of consciousness, sensation, or movement caused by a hemorrhage or clot in the brain.


From the latin word "apoplexia" and the greek word "apoplēxia" both meaning "a sudden loss of consciousness".


  1. Apoplexy, also known as stroke, is caused by a disruption of blood flow to the brain.
  2. Apoplexy can cause a wide range of symptoms, including weakness, numbness, and difficulty speaking.
  3. Apoplexy is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment.
  4. Apoplexy can be caused by a hemorrhage or a clot in the brain.
  5. Apoplexy can lead to permanent disability or death if not treated quickly.
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