postapoplectic

post·ap·o·plec·tic

(pōst'ap-ŏ-plek'tik),
Occurring after an attack of apoplexy.

postapoplectic

(pōst″ăp-ō-plĕk′tĭk) [″ + Gr. apoplessein, to cripple by a stroke]
Pert. to the period immediately following a stroke or apoplexy.
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Goto, "Response of postapoplectic hemichorea/ballism to GPi pallidotomy: Progressive improvement resulting in complete relief," Movement Disorders, vol.
Furthermore, limb dysfunction often occurs after stroke and is the most common postapoplectic sequela associated with the upper motor neuron injury caused by various factors during the ischemic process.
Most authors consider late seizures to be the typical example of postapoplectic seizures, caused by structural impairment of the cortex that results in formation of epileptic focus (Prohorova, 1982).