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Hemorrhagic Stroke Patient- Recovery related question

What are the chances of recovery of patients suffering from a Hemorrhagic stroke  of the left side of the brain? By recovery, I am wondering how much of their motor, speech and other skills can they recover? And to what extent? I am looking for stories that show that substantial (if not full) recovery is possible and exists.

Here's some more info - Large parenchymal haematoma is seen in the left parietal region. No obvious AVM, aneurysm is seen.  

Left ganglio-capsular - external or extreme capsule large haematoma with significant mass (9.7 x 4.6 cm in axial dimension) and midline shift to the right (1.1cm) with no parenchymal infarct or obstructive hydrocephalous. Focal tiny spec of haemorrhage in left caudo-thalamic and left thalamic region. No intraventricular extension of haematoma.
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Hi..I just posted a similar post/question. I don't see any replies to your post?? Maybe I posted in wrong area. I was wondering how you made out? I'm not sure if you'll be back here but I hope so and I hope this person recovered. Thank you. Rachael.
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