Apoplexy (noun)

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

Origin:

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

Examples:

  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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